Re: cvs up -C bug(s)

2000-03-08 Thread Larry Jones
sticky. Otherwise, if there's already a stick tag or date on the file and you don't specify -A, you should get the sticky revision. Otherwise, you should get the head version (with no sticky revision). I don't have a clue as to what -j should do in combination with -C. -Larry Jones Fr

Re: setgid problem

2000-03-13 Thread Larry Jones
user and fail. In the past, such failures were simply ignored, but that's a security hole. -Larry Jones It's not denial. I'm just very selective about the reality I accept. -- Calvin

Re: cvs-1.10.7: uninitialized CVS_Username for Kerberos/GSSAPI

2000-03-17 Thread Larry Jones
Gordon Matzigkeit writes: The bug still applies to cvs-1.10.8... it was caused by an uninitialized CVS_Username. Attached is a patch that makes it work for me, YMMV. I've just checked this in. Thanks! -Larry Jones My upbringing is filled with inconsistent messages. -- Calvin

Re: Unidentified subject!

2000-04-17 Thread Larry Jones
Tom Meyer writes: Description: Doing anything with a year 2000 date for the -D option fails. Get the latest interim release (1.10.8) from www.cyclic.com. -Larry Jones He just doesn't want to face up to the fact that I'll be the life of every party. -- Calvin

Re: kbr5.h file missing.

2000-04-20 Thread Larry Jones
it instead of 1.10 -- it has a bunch of other bug fixes, too. -Larry Jones I don't want to be THIS good! -- Calvin

Re: cvs-1.10.8 and socks5-1.0r10 problems

2000-05-25 Thread Larry Jones
Andrej Borsenkow writes: Being behind a firewall, I tried to build SOCKSified cvs client. Is there some reason you can't just use socksify? -Larry Jones I wonder if I can grow fangs when my baby teeth fall out. -- Calvin

Re: build problem on sun u5 with solaris 2.8 egcs 1.1.2

2000-06-03 Thread Larry Jones
www.cvshome.org. -Larry Jones Shut up and go get me some antiseptic. -- Calvin

Re: :gserver: GSSAPI bug with 1.10.8

2000-06-06 Thread Larry Jones
. If not, you can set $CVS_CLIENT_LOG (see the Cederqvist manual for details) and then look in the log file for the error. -Larry Jones Don't you hate it when your boogers freeze? -- Calvin

Re: Bug in cvs-1.10.8: remove/update conflicts leave trees in inconsistent state

2000-06-20 Thread Larry Jones
removed by someone else. Check the archives (http://www.egroups.com or ftp://ftp-mailing-list-archives.gnu.org) for the thread titled "Possible bug with reviving dead files". The bottom line is that I'm not sure what should happen in this case and I've asked for input. -Larry Jones The gam

Re: Unidentified subject!

2000-06-28 Thread Larry Jones
time soon. -Larry Jones Let's just sit here a moment... and savor the impending terror. -- Calvin

Re: Bogus cvs diff command leaves a read lock behind

2000-07-08 Thread Larry Jones
two read locks behind. Since there were leftover locks, it must have been the server that segfaulted, so your client version doesn't really matter but it would be interesting to know what version of CVS SourceForge is running for the server. I believe this was fixed in 1.10.8. -Larry Jones

Re: Fix for CVS_Username

2000-06-27 Thread Larry Jones
Pavel Roskin writes: This change breaks compilation --with-gssapi (CVS_Username is not defined) Checked in. Thanks! -Larry Jones In my opinion, we don't devote nearly enough scientific research to finding a cure for jerks. -- Calvin

Re: cvs 1.10.8 ansi silliness

2000-07-10 Thread Larry Jones
bably read the parts of HACKING about writing patches for more good advice.) -Larry Jones I think my cerebellum just fused. -- Calvin

Re: Unidentified subject!

2000-07-13 Thread Larry Jones
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Description: If a cvs directory is sticky, and commits fail because of it, then there will be a temporary file left that will prevent future commits of that file. Already fixed in the current development version. -Larry Jones I don't NEED

Re: segfault with cvs

2000-07-14 Thread Larry Jones
shocked -- is that a bug in the toaster? -Larry Jones I hope Mom and Dad didn't rent out my room. -- Calvin

Re: minor annoyances

2000-07-19 Thread Larry Jones
that didn't support them and no one's gotten around to changing stuff to use them yet. I'll be happy to receive a patch if anyone wants to do the work. -Larry Jones This game lends itself to certain abuses. -- Calvin

Re: Compiling CVS on Solaris 2.7

2000-07-25 Thread Larry Jones
Lynn Keeling writes: I'm having difficulty compiling cvs 1.10 on Solaris 2.7. Get the most recent interim release of CVS (1.10.8) from www.cvshome.org. -Larry Jones ...That would be pretty cool, if they weren't out to kill me. -- Calvin

Re: cvs 1.10.7 crash on diff, 1.9 ok (RH linux)

2000-07-25 Thread Larry Jones
rrelelvant. Unfortunately, it looks like the version of 1.10.7 you used was stripped -- the traceback is completely useless. If you can reproduce this with the current version (1.10.8 -- see www.cvshome.org), I'd be interested in seeing a traceback. -Larry Jones Honey, are we out of aspirin again? -

Re: CVS release and status commands

2000-07-28 Thread Larry Jones
and figure out what to do in client/server mode. -Larry Jones I stand FIRM in my belief of what's right! I REFUSE to compromise my principles! -- Calvin

Re: cvs version w/o repository.

2000-07-28 Thread Larry Jones
KOIE Hidetaka writes: cvs version command may not access a repository. Why not? It doesn't seem like an unreasonable restriction to me. "valid-requests" is used instead of "noop", because "noop" command is not RQ_ROOTLESS. It would make more sense to chang

Re: CVS release and status commands

2000-07-28 Thread Larry Jones
1.47 +++ release.c 2000/07/28 17:11:27 @@ -257,6 +257,9 @@ free (repository); +if (delete_flag) +Subdir_Deregister (NULL, "..", last_component (thisarg)); + if (restore_cwd (cwd, NULL)) error_exit (); -Larry Jones I've g

Re: cvs version w/o repository.

2000-07-28 Thread Larry Jones
d out what version it is. It's a valid enough point -- I implemented it so that the server is happy to respond to a version request without a preceding Root request (although I neglected to document it that way), but I didn't implement it that way in the client for a variety of reasons. -Larry Jon

Re: [akr@M17N.ORG: cvs security problem]

2000-07-28 Thread Larry Jones
feel about that. -Larry Jones Who, ME? Who?! Me?? WHO... Me?! Who, me??? -- Calvin

Re: pathname_levels problem

2000-08-01 Thread Larry Jones
Tanaka Akira writes: pathname_levels has a problem to handle cascading slashes. I've checked this in with minor cosmetic changes. -Larry Jones I think your train of thought is a runaway. -- Calvin's Mom

Re: cvs-1.10.8: password length bug under Solaris 2.6

2000-08-01 Thread Larry Jones
of just enhancing the existing one?!?) -Larry Jones Girls are so weird. -- Calvin

Re: fix for memory leak in CVS 1.10.8

2000-08-02 Thread Larry Jones
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I've included a fix for 2 memory leaks in CVS version 1.10.8 in rcs.c. Thanks, but *all* of the memory leaks in 1.10.8 (well, all the ones that show up when running the sanity tests) have already been fixed in the current development version. -Larry Jones

Re: module including ..

2000-08-23 Thread Larry Jones
Tanaka Akira writes: Assume that cvs.server.host has two repositories /cvs/r1 and /cvs/r2. In this situation, the access permission for /cvs/r1 may be used to access /cvs/r2. I've checked in a fix for this problem. -Larry Jones Your bangs do a good job of covering up the lobotomy stitches

Re: Exit codes

2000-09-06 Thread Larry Jones
, it should have a non-zero exit status; otherwise, all bets are off. -Larry Jones ANY idiot can be famous. I figure I'm more the LEGENDARY type! -- Calvin

[Bug-cvs] Re: cvs pserver segfaults on systems where crypt doesn't handle null pointers

2000-09-14 Thread Larry Jones
John Heidemann writes: set up a cvs server with a passwd file containing only "anoncvs:". "Doctor, it hurts when I go like this." "Then don't go like that!" CVS 1.10.8 and newer support accounts without passwords, previous versions do not. -Lar

Re: Mixing rsh and pserver auth in CVS/Root: 'shutting down connection to cvsserver'

2000-09-29 Thread Larry Jones
SOCK_ERRNO)); + server_fd = -1; /* * This test will always be true because we dup the descriptor */ -Larry Jones OK, what's the NEXT amendment say? I know it's in here someplace. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs ma

Re: patch for cvs-1.11 : location of pr

2000-10-27 Thread Larry Jones
Urs Thuermann writes: In cvs-1.11 the Makefile contains the location of pr hardcoded as /bin/pr. However, many systems have it in /usr/bin/pr. The following patch lets autoconf look for the pr program. Checked in. Thanks! -Larry Jones I've got to start listening to those quiet, nagging

Re: 0.* version number dummy timestamp problem in cvsclient.ct

2000-10-29 Thread Larry Jones
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: So remote users cannot properly check out revision 0.* files, but local users can! Just out of curiosity, how did you get revision 0.* files -- CVS starts at revision 1.0. -Larry Jones Even though we're both talking english, we're not speaking the same language

Re: cvs client sends 8-character passwords.

2000-11-03 Thread Larry Jones
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Synopsis: CVS client sends 8-characters of a password, regardless of password length. This is a Sun-specific problem and is fixed in the current release (1.11), which you can get from www.cvshome.org. -Larry Jones Who, ME? Who?! Me?? WHO... Me?! Who, me

Re: cvs admin incorrectly rejects users whose primary group is cvsadm

2000-11-09 Thread Larry Jones
've checked in a fix for this problem. Thanks! -Larry Jones I sure like summer vacation. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: Incorrect documentation on history

2000-12-07 Thread Larry Jones
uStephen Rasku writes: However, if I execute: cvs history -m docs -m develop I get: cvs [history aborted]: Only one report type allowed from: "-Tcomxe". I've just checked in a change to allow multiple -m options as documented. Thanks! -Larry Jones Anothe

Re: relative directories and diff

2000-12-08 Thread Larry Jones
but the second one succeeds. Because the file names are also used verbatim on the server. It isn't right, but it's the way it's always been, it's a bit tricky to fix, and so far no one has complained loudly enough to motivate anyone to fix it. -Larry Jones Mom must've put my cape in the wrong drawer

Re: Possible bug with -ko under Win32

2000-12-11 Thread Larry Jones
Philippe Payant writes: I guess the bug is on the server. The "-ko" from the client overrides the "-kb" from the repository, so the client is told that the file is not "-kb". That's a well-known limitation of the binary support in CVS. The same thing happens

Re: End-of-line patch

2000-12-13 Thread Larry Jones
and Unix, and the tools you use aren't picky about line endings and don't screw them up, then this patch just might be marginally useful. In the general case, it's horribly non-portable code and not useful. -Larry Jones Who, ME? Who?! Me?? WHO... Me?! Who, me??? -- Calvin

Re: Dev builds breaking on some systems

2000-12-29 Thread Larry Jones
/strstr.Po \ $(DEPDIR)/strtoul.Po $(DEPDIR)/valloc.Po $(DEPDIR)/waitpid.Po \ $(DEPDIR)/xgetwd.Po $(DEPDIR)/yesno.Po I'm guessing that you can't continue a comment like that. -Larry Jones Moms and reason are like oil and water. -- Calvin _

Re: cvs bug report

2001-01-03 Thread Larry Jones
:/.''. -Larry Jones Santa's gonna skip this block for years. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: cvs bug report

2001-01-03 Thread Larry Jones
names and not have to worry that /a//b and /a/b really name the same file. I don't think anyone ever considered that chroot makes using / as CVSROOT a reasonable thing to do. -Larry Jones I like Mom to be impressed when I fulfill the least of my obligations. -- Calvin

Re: protocol pipe fd herited by loginfo filter programs

2001-01-10 Thread Larry Jones
they won't get inherited by any subsidiary processes). -Larry Jones It's like SOMEthing... I just can't think of it. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: CR/LF problem again

2001-01-17 Thread Larry Jones
a file on Linux, you must commit it on Linux. Similarly, if you check out a file on Widows, then you must edit and commit it on Windows; and similarly for Linux. -Larry Jones It's a Doofus Ignoramus! Our hero slowly reaches for his stun blaster! -- Calvin

Re: 'cvs version' command

2001-01-18 Thread Larry Jones
that isn't described in more detail elsewhere (of course, there *isn't* any more detail to describe!). -Larry Jones Apparently I was misinformed. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: [To CVS-Dev] CVS Directory Order and sanity.sh

2001-01-25 Thread Larry Jones
been lucky and haven't noticed it yet, then using dotest_sort instead of dotest is probably the right solution. -Larry Jones See, it all makes sense. See? See?? They never see. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailma

Re:

2001-01-25 Thread Larry Jones
to put into the official version, merge the changes with the current version, make up test cases to ensure they work right now and in the future, and update the documentation to match. -Larry Jones These findings suggest a logical course of action. -- Calvin

Re: Official sources vs. RCVS

2001-01-28 Thread Larry Jones
de CVS has ended up specializing in.) Likewise, new developers are always welcome (see DEVEL-CVS), but they're expected to show some long-term dedication to CVS and not just be dilettantes. -Larry Jones ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTE

Re: backwards compatibility problem with .cvspass?

2001-01-29 Thread Larry Jones
into the code. :-) I'll second that. There are lots of things involving client/server that aren't tested because there isn't any easy way to test them in sanity.sh; in many cases (including this one), having pserver work at all in real life is a sufficient test. -Larry Jones Your gender would

Re: Official sources vs. RCVS

2001-01-30 Thread Larry Jones
that may not have anything to do with the patch. -Larry Jones Everything's gotta have rules, rules, rules! -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: Official sources vs. RCVS

2001-01-31 Thread Larry Jones
said. -Larry Jones The real fun of living wisely is that you get to be smug about it. -- Hobbes ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: Bug on cvs commit v1.11

2001-02-02 Thread Larry Jones
checked in appeared to be newly added, but there's already an RCS file associated with it. It might be useful to know what ``cvs status'' says about the file in question. It's possible that having an RCS file in the repository with no read permission could cause this to happen. -Larry Jones

Re: MVS sanity.sh: multiroot-status-1 problem (hey, we're almost there folks)

2001-02-05 Thread Larry Jones
ld contain regular expression patterns where the other contains literal text. In fact, both contain some things that look vaguely like regular expressions, but have literal text in other places where there should be patterns. -Larry Jones Hello, I'm wondering if you sell kegs of dynamite.

Re: (no subject)

2001-02-08 Thread Larry Jones
. -Larry Jones ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: Unable to connect to CVS: to Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.10.5 (client/server).

2001-02-14 Thread Larry Jones
and give us exact details of what goes wrong if you need more help: http://www.cvshome.org/docs/manual/cvs_21.html#SEC182 You might want to try updating to the current release (1.11) which you can get from www.cvshome.org -- it has lots of bug fixes and some better error reporting. -Larry Jones It's

Re: Bug on cvs commit v1.11

2001-02-20 Thread Larry Jones
#SEC185 -Larry Jones He doesn't complain, but his self-righteousness sure gets on my nerves. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: cvs-1.11 and Sun Solaris 2.7

2001-02-26 Thread Larry Jones
if you put /usr/xpg4/bin in your $PATH ahead of /usr/bin. (And why is something called "lid" installed as /usr/local/bin/gid? sanity.sh thought it had found GNU id, but obviously it found something else, instead.) -Larry Jones There's never enough time to do all the nothing

Re: cvs make error

2001-02-27 Thread Larry Jones
installed or the version you have does not support your operating system version. You may want to try using the native compiler instead of GCC if you have it. -Larry Jones I wonder if you can refuse to inherit the world. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL

Re: [Fwd: ignoring ID]

2001-02-28 Thread Larry Jones
*.info* GNU info file Perhaps a discussion on info-cvs is in order to see what people think about these or other additions? -Larry Jones Yep, we'd probably be dead by now if it wasn't for Twinkies. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing

Re: Can't commit added file on a branch

2001-03-01 Thread Larry Jones
. If there were more levels in the -d option, the higher levels would still be mapped to Emptydir. -Larry Jones Temporary insanity! That's all it was! -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: cvs log bug?

2001-03-14 Thread Larry Jones
tag ":" is not found in XXX. "cvs log -rSOME_TAG:" with a single : works as expected. I am running the tip of the cvs tree on win2k built using cvsnt.mak. I suspect you're running client/server and need to install the current development version on the server side, too.

Re: how to report CVS bugs and submit patches?

2001-03-14 Thread Larry Jones
tion, not technical discussion). -Larry Jones This game lends itself to certain abuses. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: cvs admin -n aborts if tag not found

2001-03-15 Thread Larry Jones
Derek R. Price writes: Thus, supress on '-Q' and not '-q'. ;) Ah! You meant print only when *not* in really quiet mode, which makes perfect sense. You said the opposite, which is what confused me. :-) -Larry Jones Even if lives DID hang in the balance, it would depend on whose they were

Re: CVS across NFS bug with readdir

2001-03-16 Thread Larry Jones
repository files are corrupted, you're toast. PLEASE use some form of client/server CVS instead. -Larry Jones Oh, now don't YOU start on me. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: Files in Attic not removed

2001-03-23 Thread Larry Jones
metadata to find the RCS file and it doesn't look in the Attic when checking out on the trunk, so it doesn't even know the RCS file exists. -Larry Jones Oh yeah? You just wait! -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: CVS compatibility with RCS

2001-03-31 Thread Larry Jones
an existing working directory -- the revision numbers are likely completely different. If you want to import RCS files, move them into a new directory in the repository, don't replace existing files. -Larry Jones I keep forgetting that rules are only for little nice people. -- Calvin

Re: conflicts-130 fails - more info

2001-04-02 Thread Larry Jones
to use it all the time. -Larry Jones My dreams are getting way too literal. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: 2 CVS bugs

2001-04-02 Thread Larry Jones
make rebuilt getdate.c using my version of bison which does not automatically generate a declaration (and I don't know of any version of yacc that generates a declaration). -Larry Jones I won't eat any cereal that doesn't turn the milk purple. -- Calvin

Re: conflicts-130 fails - more info

2001-04-04 Thread Larry Jones
the code and I'm testing it now. -Larry Jones My upbringing is filled with inconsistent messages. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: CVS 'tag' command does not write 'T' record to history

2001-04-05 Thread Larry Jones
place a single 'T' record into the history file per each module. The 'T' record is placed per module, even if the command fail completed. That is the way it's intended to work. -Larry Jones It's clear I'll never have a career in sports until I learn to suppress my survival instinct. -- Calvin

Re: Tag not logged.

2001-04-11 Thread Larry Jones
Derek R. Price writes: Larry Jones wrote: CVS only logs rtag, not tag. Is there a good reason for that or can I add this to my enhancement list? Yes. :-) I think the reason for not logging regular tags is that it would create a lot of history records (since you'd have to record

Re: Can't build on Redhat 7.0?

2001-04-12 Thread Larry Jones
n configure and make. You may have to iterate a few times to get all the files with the right timestamps. (And if your existing version of CVS is too old to support update -C, you'll need to use update to find the files that are locally modified, delete them, and then use update again to replace

Re: bug with cvs commit and timestamps

2001-04-17 Thread Larry Jones
4 Dec 1 1999 foo -Larry Jones Why is it you always rip your pants on the day everyone has to demonstrate a math problem at the chalkboard? -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: bug with cvs commit and timestamps

2001-04-17 Thread Larry Jones
the modification time of the file as the time of checkin and I don't see anything in the manual that says (or implies) otherwise. -Larry Jones Is it too much to ask for an occasional token gesture of appreciation?! -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL

Re: installing CVS 1.0.7 for Solaris 7

2001-04-18 Thread Larry Jones
Verstrepen Jan writes: I'm installing cvs 1.10.7 for Solaris 7. But when we are planning an upgrade to solaris 8, do we need to upgrade cvs to 1.11 You don't need to, but you're strongly advised to. In fact, I'd strongly advise installing 1.11 right now instead of 1.10.7. -Larry Jones

Re: Problem with checking out a file that was removed and added again.

2001-04-18 Thread Larry Jones
, or something I don't understand about CVS? It's a bug. Can you give me an exact sequence of steps to reproduce the problem? The fix, by the way, is to manually move the file out of the Attic. -Larry Jones Oh, now don't YOU start on me. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs

Re: cvs export bug.

2001-04-19 Thread Larry Jones
and the same thing happens. I don't seem to be able to recreate this problem. Can you give me an exact sequence of steps (starting with creating a new repository) to cause it? -Larry Jones How am I supposed to learn surgery if I can't dissect anything? -- Calvin

Re: Problem with sending mail with CVS

2001-04-19 Thread Larry Jones
but with a linux machine (Red Hat 7), we obtain %{sv}in the mail. The substitution isn't running. The standard CVS only substitues the first % in the line -- it would appear that someone has modified the version of CVS running on your SUN. -Larry Jones Start tying the sheets toget

Re: basic2 fails in the current version

2001-04-20 Thread Larry Jones
Pavel Roskin writes: This failure happens on RedHat 7.0 after I updated CVS this morning. Sorry about that, I neglected to check-in the modifications to sanity.sh. It's fixed now. -Larry Jones Mr. Subtlety drives home another point. -- Calvin

Re: cvs export bug.

2001-04-20 Thread Larry Jones
tive files that have DEFAULT or ALL entries -- I seem to recall fixing problems relating to exporting directories that were affected by certain administrative files, although I think it was only a problem in client/server mode. -Larry Jones These things just seem to happen.

Re: CVS 1-11, 1-10 on Win NT4 sp6

2001-04-22 Thread Larry Jones
forward slashes can also cause that problem. -Larry Jones The game's called on account of sudden death. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: WinCVS logmessage

2001-04-24 Thread Larry Jones
? The message is sent to the standard input of the filter -- all you have to do is read it! -Larry Jones I must have been delirious from having so much fun. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: CVS 'tag' command does not write 'T' record to history

2001-04-24 Thread Larry Jones
record types for 'tag' and 'rtag' so that they can be differentiated (in particular, so you can specify one without the other in LogHistory=)? -Larry Jones I've changed my mind, Hobbes. People are scum. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Error unzipping binaries

2001-04-25 Thread Larry Jones
says. Your browser helpfully unzipped it for you while it was downloading but neglected to remove the .gz suffix. Just rename it to cvs and make it executable (chmod +x). -Larry Jones The authorities are trying to silence any view contrary to their own! -- Calvin

Re: repository is broken

2001-04-27 Thread Larry Jones
Martin Neitzel writes: I'm only a bit nervous that CVS depends on a non-official automake version. Where would one get this version of automake? http://www.gnu.org/ only leeds to stock automake-1.4, but no a or even e version. See http://sources.redhat.com/automake/. -Larry Jones I hate

Re: repository is broken

2001-04-27 Thread Larry Jones
. There were test cases added to sanity.sh to catch the problem that broke 1.10.6 and I'm in the process of adding test cases to catch this most recent problem. -Larry Jones They can make me do it, but they can't make me do it with dignity. -- Calvin ___ Bug

Re: repository is broken

2001-04-27 Thread Larry Jones
the race yet. Maybe make check should include the remote testing? The later should exit gracefully (i.e. with code 0) if the binary doesn't include server support (now it fails). No, there's make remotecheck to run the remote tests. -Larry Jones These findings suggest a logical course of action

Re: repository is broken

2001-04-27 Thread Larry Jones
Pavel Roskin writes: I actually meant that make distcheck should run sanity.sh in both modes before concluding that the package is ready for distribution. It's very important that no version is released without passing the testsuite in both modes. Ah, now *that* I agree with! -Larry Jones

Re: stack trace for cvs segmentation fault. RE cvs repository in a ba

2001-05-02 Thread Larry Jones
stripped, please? -Larry Jones No one can prove I did that!! -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: CVS build on Solaris

2001-05-02 Thread Larry Jones
SiKing writes: Both CVS 1.10.5, and 1.10.8 fails to build (for all machines): Upgrade to the current release (1.11.1p1 or 1.11) from www.cvshome.org. -Larry Jones I'm getting disillusioned with these New Years. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list

Re: cvs seg fault stacktrace with symbols included this time

2001-05-02 Thread Larry Jones
suspicions? -Larry Jones I don't need to improve! Everyone ELSE does! -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: make check fails on 1.11.1p1

2001-05-02 Thread Larry Jones
a week ago and I checked in a fix. The patterns in sanity.sh should have *- instead of just - so that they work with --disable-server. -Larry Jones He doesn't complain, but his self-righteousness sure gets on my nerves. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list

Re: Current version crashes in buffer.c

2001-05-03 Thread Larry Jones
for compressed file transfers (server-4), but not one for compressed connections. It's darned difficult to write portably, but you could probably use the same techniques to do it. -Larry Jones Wow, how existential can you get? -- Hobbes ___ Bug-cvs mailing

Re: MS Visual C++ Version

2001-05-04 Thread Larry Jones
in the Makefiles to create the distribution directory structure, make any generated files, set reasonable permissions, cleanup any unwanted files, etc.. Since it was missing from DISTFILES in the zlib Makefile, it didn't get bundled up into the distribution. -Larry Jones Philistines. -- Calvin

Re: cvs 1.11 can not merge differences

2001-05-07 Thread Larry Jones
changed the permissions on the directory or change which directory is being used. $ cvs --version Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11 (client/server) Please get used to using cvs version instead -- that gives you both the client and server versions. -Larry Jones Yep, we'd probably be dead

Re: cvs 1.11 can not merge differences

2001-05-09 Thread Larry Jones
Ingmar Bitter writes: cvs ci/co use /tmp for temporary file, but the merge uses /var/tmp and that one had the permissions changed. That was fixed in CVS 1.11; you may want to upgrade your server. -Larry Jones This sounds suspiciously like one of Dad's plots to build my character. -- Calvin

Re: cvs-1.11.1p1 configure failure on ReliantUNIX

2001-05-10 Thread Larry Jones
Andrej Borsenkow writes: chmod: Illegal option -- f chmod: Usage: chmod [-R] [ugoa][+-=][rwxlstugo] file ... Noted. As a workaround, feel free to remove the -f from the chmod command that is almost at the end of configure. -Larry Jones These findings suggest a logical course of action

Re: cvs and inetd/xinetd

2001-05-15 Thread Larry Jones
need to use something like ssh. -Larry Jones I must have been delirious from having so much fun. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: Errors regarding client_sai in src/client.c (1.11.1p1)

2001-05-15 Thread Larry Jones
that the sockaddr_in structure had a different name. -Larry Jones It's clear I'll never have a career in sports until I learn to suppress my survival instinct. -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

Re: Machine-readable output

2001-05-15 Thread Larry Jones
output rather than tagged text, so you'd still have the same problem. But I'd say a better approach to the problem would be to change the client/server code to use tagged text in this case rather than adding an alternative output format. -Larry Jones This sounds suspiciously like one of Dad's

Re: I can't add files remotely w/ 1.11

2001-05-15 Thread Larry Jones
-qt (-q should avoid the need for editing and -t provides additional trace information). -Larry Jones Something COULD happen today. And if anything DOES, by golly, I'm going to be ready for it! -- Calvin ___ Bug-cvs mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http

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