2.6.STABLE17 install

2007-12-20 Thread Mironov, Leonid {PBG}
squid 2.6 install deleted the existing /etc/squid.conf and /etc/mime.conf, then put the default files from /etc/defaults to the new location in /etc/squid/. Right, let's check our backups. :), Leo -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports:

cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?

2007-12-20 Thread Alexey Lyubimov
After upgrading to cygwin 1.5.25-7 I get error message from BASH every time I want to run cygcheck: $ cygcheck BASH: ./cygcheck: Function not implemented $ cygcheck -svr BASH: ./cygcheck: Function not implemented $ cygcheck --help BASH: ./cygcheck: Function not implemented So, I can not attach

Re: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?

2007-12-20 Thread Eric Blake
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 According to Alexey Lyubimov on 12/20/2007 6:38 AM: After upgrading to cygwin 1.5.25-7 I get error message from BASH every time I want to run cygcheck: $ cygcheck BASH: ./cygcheck: Function not implemented Odd. Cygwin's bash does not usually

wget gets, but wput doesn't put

2007-12-20 Thread Michael Kairys
Connected via VPN to a Solaris server on which I have a shell account, I can ftp okay, and can wget using the URL syntax ftp://[username[:[EMAIL PROTECTED] However wput fails using the same syntax. wget 1.10.2, wput 0.6.1. 1 wget ftp://michael:[EMAIL PROTECTED]/foo.bar --08:43:12--

[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: Oracle Berkeley DB packages

2007-12-20 Thread Dr. Volker Zell
Hi New versions of 'dbX/libdbX-devel/libdbX/tcl-dbX/' have been uploaded to a server near you. Cygwin NEWS: o Maintainer change o Switched to cygport build framework o Repackaged dbX,libdbX-devel and libdbX slightly o Now using alternatives for choosing the different dbX

[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: bzr 1.0-1 -- Next-generation distributed version control

2007-12-20 Thread Jari Aalto
PACKAGE DESCRIPTION === Home page: http://bazaar-vcs.org/ License : GPL Distributed version control system that is powerful, friendly, and scalable implemented in Python. - Just one .bzr directory at the top of the tree; it doesn't clutter the tree or get in your face. No

Re: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?

2007-12-20 Thread Brian Dessent
Eric Blake wrote: Odd. Cygwin's bash does not usually capitalize it's name. You might have That's a Win9x oddity. The OS: Windows 98 SE Rather old; I hope you're aware that cygwin 1.7.0 won't run on your OS, and that, as bash maintainer, I no longer have access to Win98 to investigate

Re: Ruby on Rails 2.0.2/Cygwin Bug

2007-12-20 Thread Mike Boone
On Dec 19, 2007 11:59 PM, Igor Peshansky [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, /dev/urandom certainly exists in Cygwin. I'm not a Ruby expert, but considering that adding a puts() before the file open seems to fix it, I'd look somewhere in the Ruby code. But you can try running the original under

Re: Stop turning CPAN modules into Cygwin packages

2007-12-20 Thread Reini Urban
Yaakov (Cygwin Ports) schrieb: Reini Urban wrote: And I have to add that packaging perl is really hard, because I haven't got yet the chroot trick to work when packaging it. Modules hardcode absolute paths and install into hardcoded places, so it had has to be done into the live tree and

Re: 2.6.STABLE17 install

2007-12-20 Thread Jeff
On Thu, 20 Dec 2007 15:21:22 +0300, Mironov, Leonid {PBG} Leonid[dot]Mironov[at]pepsi[dot]ru wrote: squid 2.6 install deleted the existing /etc/squid.conf and /etc/mime.conf, then put the default files from /etc/defaults to the new location in /etc/squid/. Right, let's check our backups. I think

Re: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?

2007-12-20 Thread Jeff
On Thu, 20 Dec 2007 06:15:11 -0800, Brian Dessent brian[at]dessent[dot]net wrote: Eric Blake wrote: Odd. Cygwin's bash does not usually capitalize it's name. You might have That's a Win9x oddity. The OS: Windows 98 SE Rather old; I hope you're aware that cygwin 1.7.0 won't run on your

Re: Ruby on Rails 2.0.2/Cygwin Bug

2007-12-20 Thread Frodak Baksik
On Dec 20, 2007 10:28 AM, Mike Boone wrote: On Dec 19, 2007 11:59 PM, Igor Peshansky wrote: Well, /dev/urandom certainly exists in Cygwin. I'm not a Ruby expert, but considering that adding a puts() before the file open seems to fix it, I'd look somewhere in the Ruby code. But you can

A question on cygcheck

2007-12-20 Thread Angelo Graziosi
I have noted that the command $ cygcheck -cv check.out creates the check.out file in DOS (CR+LF) style. Is this correct? Cheers, Angelo. --- http://www.webalice.it/angelo.graziosi Facesti come quei che va di notte, che porta il lume dietro e se' non giova, ma dopo se' fa

Re: Installation problem with Windows Server 2008

2007-12-20 Thread Nimish Pachapurkar
On Dec 19, 2007 11:40 AM, Nimish Pachapurkar wrote: On Dec 19, 2007 9:31 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote: On Dec 19 08:54, Nimish Pachapurkar wrote: On Dec 19, 2007 8:39 AM, Corinna Vinschen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have 2K8 RC1 installed myself and I see these strange hangs, too. There

FW: Combining winpcap packet wait with poll/select in cygwin

2007-12-20 Thread S A
Hi Brian Finally got a change to try this (sorry it tooks so long). It looks like it does NOT work. The fd returned from cygwin_attach_handle_to_fd() always returns from the poll call with a POLLIN event even though no packets are flowing on the network (and hence there should be no pcap

Re: FW: Combining winpcap packet wait with poll/select in cygwin

2007-12-20 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Thu, Dec 20, 2007 at 04:04:11PM -0800, S A wrote: Hi Brian Finally got a change to try this (sorry it tooks so long). It looks like it does NOT work. The fd returned from cygwin_attach_handle_to_fd() always returns from the poll call with a POLLIN event even though no packets are flowing on

Re: Ruby on Rails 2.0.2/Cygwin Bug

2007-12-20 Thread Mike Boone
On Dec 20, 2007 4:29 PM, Frodak Baksik [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Dec 20, 2007 10:28 AM, Mike Boone wrote: Can you access /dev/urandom outside of ruby? It might be a simpler check to ensure that /dev/urandom is working. I ran all the commands you suggested with no problems. The problem

Re: Ruby on Rails 2.0.2/Cygwin Bug

2007-12-20 Thread Mike Boone
OK, I modified the Rails source code to add the puts statement just above the statement that reads from /dev/urandom. I then ran strace again and looked for the relevant section of the output. I trimmed out the leading numeric stuff so I could run a diff on them. Here is the output of the failing

get_osfhandle WaitForSingleObject on a cygwin socket fd....

2007-12-20 Thread S A
Hi Please bear with me if this is a stupid question but I'm trying to setup a telnet socket in cygwin and then want to use a Windows wait semaphore (WaitForMultipleObjects) to combine it with a sleep for winpcap HANDLEs. I thought I'd test this first though. Does get_osfhandle() on a

RE: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?

2007-12-20 Thread Dave Korn
On 20 December 2007 18:46, Jeff wrote: This is exactly why I have 'File Monitor' from Sysinternals on my system. Whenever I have an app that fails to start and produces some incomprehensible error message (relative to my setup, current state of my system, location of files, etc.), I run 'File

RE: A question on cygcheck

2007-12-20 Thread Dave Korn
On 20 December 2007 22:41, Angelo Graziosi wrote: I have noted that the command $ cygcheck -cv check.out creates the check.out file in DOS (CR+LF) style. Is this correct? Same reason as strace, I would assume: it's a DOS-based program, not a cygwin one. cheers, DaveK

Re: A question on cygcheck

2007-12-20 Thread Brian Dessent
Dave Korn wrote: Same reason as strace, I would assume: it's a DOS-based program, not a cygwin one. I think you mean it's a MSVCRT-based program since DOS hasn't existed in Windows in the last approx. 7 years. (And now if I could only get people to stop incorrectly referring to a

Re: [ITA] nedit 5.5-2 -- A powerful, customizable, Motif based text editor

2007-12-20 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Dec 18 23:06, Jari Aalto wrote: wget\ http://cygwin.cante.net/nedit/setup.hint \ http://cygwin.cante.net/nedit/nedit-5.5-2-src.tar.bz2 \ http://cygwin.cante.net/nedit/nedit-5.5-2.tar.bz2 Uploaded. Thanks for taking over, Corinna -- Corinna Vinschen

[RFU] bzr 1.0-1 -- Next-generation distributed version control

2007-12-20 Thread Jari Aalto
New upstream release. Jari wget\ http://cygwin.cante.net/bzr/setup.hint \ http://cygwin.cante.net/bzr/bzr-1.0-1-src.tar.bz2 \ http://cygwin.cante.net/bzr/bzr-1.0-1.tar.bz2 -- Welcome to FOSS revolution: we fix and modify until it shines

Re: [ITA] which: GNU which -- finds executables in the path

2007-12-20 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Dec 19 13:58, David Rothenberger wrote: Corinna suggested[1] that the Cygwin which be replaced with the GNU version and asked for a volunteer maintainer. I'm willing to do this. Cool, thank you! http://mysite.verizon.net/res00a7j/cygwin/which/setup.hint \

Re: [RFU] bzr 1.0-1 -- Next-generation distributed version control

2007-12-20 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Dec 20 12:17, Jari Aalto wrote: http://cygwin.cante.net/bzr/setup.hint \ http://cygwin.cante.net/bzr/bzr-1.0-1-src.tar.bz2 \ http://cygwin.cante.net/bzr/bzr-1.0-1.tar.bz2 Uploaded. I removed 0.18-1. Thanks, Corinna -- Corinna Vinschen Please, send mails

[ITP] rxp 1.4.8 -- Simple validating XML parser

2007-12-20 Thread Cygwin-bug#20071220T1119
Included in Debian stable: http://packages.debian.org/rxp Jari sdesc: Simple validating XML parser. ldesc: A simple validating XML parser written by Richard Tobin. It supports XML 1.1, Namespaces 1.1, and XML Catalogs. category: Utils requires: cygwin a) manual wget\

[ITP] rzip 2.1 -- Compression program to use long distance redundencies in files

2007-12-20 Thread Cygwin-bug#20071220T1155
Included in Debain stable http://packages.debian.org/rzip Jari sdesc: Compression program to use long distance redundencies in files ldesc: A compression program able to take advantage of long distance redundancies in files, allowing greater compression ratios. rzip uses a history buffer of

[ITP] spambayes 1.0.4 -- Python-based spam filter using statistical analysis

2007-12-20 Thread Cygwin-bug#20071220T1241
Included in Debian stable: http://packages.debian.org/spambayes Jari sdesc: Python-based spam filter using statistical analysis ldesc: SpamBayes uses a different set of algorithm to most statistical spam filters, which enables to dramatically lower the number of legitimate mail classified as

[ITP] spamprobe 1.4d-1 -- Bayesian spam filter

2007-12-20 Thread Cygwin-bug#20071220T1335
Included in Debian stable http://packages.debian.org/spamprobe Jari sdesc: Bayesian spam filter ldesc: This package provides a spam filter based on the article A Plan for Spam by Paul Graham. It uses a database (either BerkeleyDB or a simpler hash file) to store one- and two-word phrases.

[ITP] spamoracle 1.4 -- Ocaml based Bayesian spam filter

2007-12-20 Thread Cygwin-bug#20071220T1351
Included in Debian stable http://packages.debian.org/spamoracle Jari sdesc: Ocaml based Bayesian spam filter ldesc: A tool to help detect and filter away spam. It proceeds by statistical analysis of the words that appear in the email, comparing the frequencies of words with those found in a

[GTG] Re: [ITP] rxp 1.4.8 -- Simple validating XML parser

2007-12-20 Thread Dr. Volker Zell
Jari Aalto writes: Included in Debian stable: http://packages.debian.org/rxp Jari sdesc: Simple validating XML parser. ldesc: A simple validating XML parser written by Richard Tobin. It supports XML 1.1, Namespaces 1.1, and XML Catalogs. category: Utils

[GTG] Re: [ITP] rzip 2.1 -- Compression program to use long distance redundencies in files

2007-12-20 Thread Dr. Volker Zell
Jari Aalto writes: Included in Debain stable http://packages.debian.org/rzip Jari sdesc: Compression program to use long distance redundencies in files ldesc: A compression program able to take advantage of long distance redundancies in files, allowing greater

Re: [GTG] Re: [ITP] rzip 2.1 -- Compression program to use long distance redundencies in files

2007-12-20 Thread Igor Peshansky
On Thu, 20 Dec 2007, Dr. Volker Zell wrote: Jari Aalto writes: Included in Debain stable http://packages.debian.org/rzip Jari sdesc: Compression program to use long distance redundencies in files ldesc: A compression program able to take advantage of long

[ITP] unalz 0.61 -- Utility to decompress alzip format file

2007-12-20 Thread Jari Aalto
Included in Debian stable: http://packages.debian.org/unalz Jari sdesc: Utility to decompress alzip format file. ldesc: Unalz tool is the utility used for decompressing alzip format file. It mainly operates on files with names ending in '.alz'. This compression format is roughly combination

Re: [ITP] spamprobe 1.4d-1 -- Bayesian spam filter

2007-12-20 Thread Dr. Volker Zell
Jari Aalto writes: Included in Debian stable http://packages.debian.org/spamprobe Jari requires: cygwin libdb libpbl Builds fine from source, packaging looks good. But the requires line is not right. Ciao Volker

[GTG] Re: [ITP] spamoracle 1.4 -- Ocaml based Bayesian spam filter

2007-12-20 Thread Dr. Volker Zell
Jari Aalto writes: Included in Debian stable http://packages.debian.org/spamoracle Jari sdesc: Ocaml based Bayesian spam filter ldesc: A tool to help detect and filter away spam. It proceeds by statistical analysis of the words that appear in the email,

Re: [ITP] spambayes 1.0.4 -- Python-based spam filter using statistical analysis

2007-12-20 Thread Dr. Volker Zell
Jari Aalto writes: Included in Debian stable: http://packages.debian.org/spambayes Jari sdesc: Python-based spam filter using statistical analysis ldesc: SpamBayes uses a different set of algorithm to most statistical spam filters, which enables to

Re: [ITA] which: GNU which -- finds executables in the path

2007-12-20 Thread David Rothenberger
On 12/20/2007 2:41 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote: Packaging looks good to me, but there's something strange: Can you look into this? Will do. I'm leaving town for a week today, but I'll look at it when I get back the first week of January. -- David Rothenberger [EMAIL PROTECTED] Data,

Re: [ITA] which: GNU which -- finds executables in the path

2007-12-20 Thread David Rothenberger
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 On 12/20/2007 2:41 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote: Packaging looks good to me, but there's something strange: $ ./which -v GNU which v2.18, Copyright (C) 1999 - 2007 Carlo Wood. [...] $ ./which ls /usr/bin/ls $ ./which regedit

Re: [ITP] spambayes 1.0.4 -- Python-based spam filter using statistical analysis

2007-12-20 Thread Jari Aalto
* Thu 2007-12-20 Dr Dr [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Message-Id: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Builds fine from source, packaging and setup.hint look good. Maybe adding the contrib directory from the original source to the package doc directory would be worthwhile. Thanks, added now. Jari wget\

Re: [ITP] spamprobe 1.4d-1 -- Bayesian spam filter

2007-12-20 Thread Jari Aalto
* Thu 2007-12-20 Dr Dr [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Message-Id: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Jari Aalto writes: Included in Debian stable http://packages.debian.org/spamprobe Jari requires: cygwin libdb libpbl Builds fine from source, packaging looks good. But the requires line is

RE: [ITP] spamprobe 1.4d-1 -- Bayesian spam filter

2007-12-20 Thread Dave Korn
On 20 December 2007 20:08, Jari Aalto wrote: This is interesting: $ objdump -p spamprobe.exe | grep 'DLL Name:' DLL Name: cygwin1.dll DLL Name: cygdb-4.5.dll DLL Name: cygjpeg-62.dll DLL Name: cygpng12.dll DLL Name: cygungif-4.dll DLL

RE: [ITP] spamprobe 1.4d-1 -- Bayesian spam filter

2007-12-20 Thread Dave Korn
On 21 December 2007 02:04, Dave Korn wrote: Gah! Try cygcheck -v, it eliminates duplicated dependencies, even if one is an ^^^ the elimination of indirect one and one is direct. i.e. it reports all dependencies always.

src/winsup/cygwin ChangeLog libc/memmem.cc

2007-12-20 Thread corinna
CVSROOT:/cvs/src Module name:src Changes by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2007-12-20 10:11:37 Modified files: winsup/cygwin : ChangeLog winsup/cygwin/libc: memmem.cc Log message: * libc/memmem.cc (memmem): Fix bug when searching for empty string. Patches:

src/winsup/utils ChangeLog Makefile.in bloda.cc

2007-12-20 Thread briand
CVSROOT:/cvs/src Module name:src Changes by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2007-12-21 03:32:47 Modified files: winsup/utils : ChangeLog Makefile.in bloda.cc Log message: * Makefile.in (cygcheck.exe): Don't link to ntdll. * bloda.cc

Re: memmem issues

2007-12-20 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Dec 19 21:01, Eric Blake wrote: Index: libc/memmem.cc === RCS file: /cvs/src/src/winsup/cygwin/libc/memmem.cc,v retrieving revision 1.1 diff -u -p -r1.1 memmem.cc --- libc/memmem.cc8 Nov 2005 22:08:39 - 1.1 +++

[patch] un-NT-ify cygcheck (was: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?)

2007-12-20 Thread Brian Dessent
Brian Dessent wrote: Fortunately, I have VMware with a Win98 image here. The problem is that bloda.c calls NtQuerySystemInformation without using any kind of autoload.cc-type indirection, and so cygcheck gets a hard dependency on ntdll.dll which doesn't exist on 9x/ME. We need to do one

Re: [patch] un-NT-ify cygcheck (was: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?)

2007-12-20 Thread Brian Dessent
Brian Dessent wrote: ... but sadly a similar cleanup is still required for cygpath as well if we are to support 9x/ME out of the 1.5 branch. In that case I suppose you could just revert cygpath.cc to an older revision before the native APIs were added. Er, nevermind. I was accidently

Re: [patch] un-NT-ify cygcheck (was: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?)

2007-12-20 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Thu, Dec 20, 2007 at 07:15:53AM -0800, Brian Dessent wrote: Brian Dessent wrote: Fortunately, I have VMware with a Win98 image here. The problem is that bloda.c calls NtQuerySystemInformation without using any kind of autoload.cc-type indirection, and so cygcheck gets a hard dependency

RE: [patch] un-NT-ify cygcheck (was: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?)

2007-12-20 Thread Dave Korn
On 20 December 2007 21:12, Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Dec 20, 2007 at 07:15:53AM -0800, Brian Dessent wrote: The attached patch un-NT-ifies bloda.cc but sadly a similar cleanup is still required for cygpath as well if we are to support 9x/ME out of the 1.5 branch. In that case I

Re: [patch] un-NT-ify cygcheck (was: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?)

2007-12-20 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Dec 21, 2007 at 01:59:54AM -, Dave Korn wrote: On 20 December 2007 21:12, Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Dec 20, 2007 at 07:15:53AM -0800, Brian Dessent wrote: The attached patch un-NT-ifies bloda.cc but sadly a similar cleanup is still required for cygpath as well if we are to

Re: [patch] un-NT-ify cygcheck (was: cygwin 1.5.25-7: cygcheck does not work?)

2007-12-20 Thread Brian Dessent
Christopher Faylor wrote: Unless Corinna says differently, I think she wants to be in control of what goes into the branch so I don't want to suggest that you should check it in there too. Okay, I'll let her take care of the branch since she's been handling all the releases from it. The

Updated: Oracle Berkeley DB packages

2007-12-20 Thread Dr. Volker Zell
Hi New versions of 'dbX/libdbX-devel/libdbX/tcl-dbX/' have been uploaded to a server near you. Cygwin NEWS: o Maintainer change o Switched to cygport build framework o Repackaged dbX,libdbX-devel and libdbX slightly o Now using alternatives for choosing the different dbX

Updated: bzr 1.0-1 -- Next-generation distributed version control

2007-12-20 Thread Jari Aalto
PACKAGE DESCRIPTION === Home page: http://bazaar-vcs.org/ License : GPL Distributed version control system that is powerful, friendly, and scalable implemented in Python. - Just one .bzr directory at the top of the tree; it doesn't clutter the tree or get in your face. No