Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Stephan Beal
On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 1:29 AM, Warren Young war...@etr-usa.com wrote: That has more to do with contemporaneity. When you talk about Linux 3.x, you also necessarily imply recent versions of glibc and such, which is the true dependency. +1 I seriously doubt Fossil actually makes any

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Sean Woods
Or you could ask me, since I wrote autosetup :-) I appreciate your assistance and responsiveness. glob.tcl is bundled up in the jimsh0 executable, but you can find it because the source code is there - autosetup/jimsh0.c Some part of the autosetup/configure process is failing because of

[fossil-users] A simple thought/idea on the click-to-diff feature

2014-08-07 Thread Baruch Burstein
Hi, The idea of just clicking on 2 revisions in the timeline to get a diff is very convenient, but I would like to suggest a small improvement: No matter what order I click the boxes in, it should display the diff from the older to the newer. To me it just makes more sense, since that is what I

Re: [fossil-users] A simple thought/idea on the click-to-diff feature

2014-08-07 Thread Richard Hipp
On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 10:59 AM, Baruch Burstein bmburst...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, The idea of just clicking on 2 revisions in the timeline to get a diff is very convenient, but I would like to suggest a small improvement: No matter what order I click the boxes in, it should display the diff

Re: [fossil-users] how to push to chiselapp

2014-08-07 Thread Will Parsons
Andy Bradford wrote: Thus said Will Parsons on Thu, 07 Aug 2014 00:53:53 -: Since I wasn't transmitting any sensitive data anyway, I answered yes, and then got: Error: not authorized to write Is there something wrong with the way I'm trying to authenticate? I see you used -B for

Re: [fossil-users] fossil vs git-based arrangements. code review and ticket export

2014-08-07 Thread Warren Young
On 8/6/2014 21:00, Andy Bradford wrote: Thus said B Harder on Wed, 06 Aug 2014 10:41:47 -0700: Do we have fine-grained control over pulling only specifically rooted branches? No, but you can certainly clone the developers clone and inspect his changes before pulling into your clone

Re: [fossil-users] how to push to chiselapp

2014-08-07 Thread Will Parsons
Andy Bradford wrote: Thus said Will Parsons on Thu, 07 Aug 2014 00:53:53 -: fossil push https://chiselapp.com/user/uname/repository/reponame -B 'uname:passwd' By the way, if chiselapp does support HTTP_AUTH, then you might simply need to enable REMOTE_USER support in your

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Warren Young
On 8/7/2014 01:26, Stephan Beal wrote: i'm pretty certain (not 100%) that that's it, but i know we don't use any Linux-specific calls which might depend on a newer glibc version, After I posted that, I went out and looked for a list of Linux syscalls that included the point where they were

[fossil-users] Wiki formatting

2014-08-07 Thread Hajas, Wayne
I have set up a fossil-wiki for my own use. I look at the wiki-editing page and I see controls for some formatting features; fonts, font-size, bolding, indentation, bullets,... These formatting features would be useful to me. However, every time I try to use the formatting features, nothing

Re: [fossil-users] Wiki formatting

2014-08-07 Thread Warren Young
On 8/7/2014 14:20, Hajas, Wayne wrote: every time I try to use the formatting features, nothing happens. Wild guess: you're using a fairly recent version of IE on Windows. You're probably running into Microsoft's brain-dead choice to run all intranet sites in compatibility mode by default.

Re: [fossil-users] Wiki formatting

2014-08-07 Thread Richard Hipp
On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 4:20 PM, Hajas, Wayne wayne.ha...@dfo-mpo.gc.ca wrote: I have set up a fossil-wiki for my own use. I look at the wiki-editing page and I see controls for some formatting features; fonts, font-size, bolding, indentation, bullets,… These formatting features would be

Re: [fossil-users] Wiki formatting

2014-08-07 Thread Warren Young
On 8/7/2014 14:51, Warren Young wrote: On 8/7/2014 14:20, Hajas, Wayne wrote: every time I try to use the formatting features, nothing happens. Wild guess: you're using a fairly recent version of IE on Windows. On re-reading this, I see that my post looks like pure speculation, but it's

Re: [fossil-users] A simple thought/idea on the click-to-diff feature

2014-08-07 Thread Andy Bradford
Thus said Baruch Burstein on Thu, 07 Aug 2014 17:59:08 +0300: The idea of just clicking on 2 revisions in the timeline to get a diff is very convenient, but I would like to suggest a small improvement: No matter what order I click the boxes in, it should display the diff from the older to

Re: [fossil-users] A simple thought/idea on the click-to-diff feature

2014-08-07 Thread Stephan Beal
On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 11:54 PM, Andy Bradford amb-fos...@bradfords.org wrote: Personally, I like the current behavior. I determine the order in which agreed, but.. Seems natural. Maybe a ``reverse order'' button when viewing the diff would be useful though? See the Invert button.

Re: [fossil-users] fossil vs git-based arrangements. code review and ticket export

2014-08-07 Thread Andy Bradford
Thus said Warren Young on Thu, 07 Aug 2014 13:50:18 -0600: This is beginning to sound like my outside contributions feature request, a.k.a. uber-patch: http://goo.gl/4lLAuY Yes, it is, and I had that same thought as I typed it, but, it can already be accomplished with Fossil clone to

Re: [fossil-users] fossil vs git-based arrangements. code review and ticket export

2014-08-07 Thread Ron W
On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 3:50 PM, Warren Young war...@etr-usa.com wrote: This is beginning to sound like my outside contributions feature request, a.k.a. uber-patch: http://goo.gl/4lLAuY My idea was to allow untrusted outsiders to be able to send a richer patch file than patch(1) allows, but

Re: [fossil-users] A simple thought/idea on the click-to-diff feature

2014-08-07 Thread Andy Bradford
Thus said Stephan Beal on Thu, 07 Aug 2014 23:59:23 +0200: Seems natural. Maybe a ``reverse order'' button when viewing the diff would be useful though? See the Invert button. Well... ok then, I will! It's nice when something already exists. :-) Thanks, Andy -- TAI64 timestamp:

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Steve Bennett
On 8 Aug 2014, at 12:52 am, Sean Woods s...@seanwoods.com wrote: Or you could ask me, since I wrote autosetup :-) I appreciate your assistance and responsiveness. glob.tcl is bundled up in the jimsh0 executable, but you can find it because the source code is there - autosetup/jimsh0.c

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Steve Bennett
On 8 Aug 2014, at 10:58 am, Steve Bennett ste...@workware.net.au wrote: On 8 Aug 2014, at 12:52 am, Sean Woods s...@seanwoods.com wrote: Or you could ask me, since I wrote autosetup :-) I appreciate your assistance and responsiveness. glob.tcl is bundled up in the jimsh0 executable,

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Sean Woods
I have fixed Jim Tcl, updated autosetup, and pushed a new version to the 'autosetup' branch. Please test. If it looks ok, perhaps someone can pull it into trunk. Woo hoo! It works! Bonzer!! swoods@web75:Fossil-93fb7c774f$ ./fossil version This is fossil version 1.25 [93fb7c774f]

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Andy Bradford
Thus said Steve Bennett on Fri, 08 Aug 2014 12:30:52 +1000: I have fixed Jim Tcl, updated autosetup, and pushed a new version to the 'autosetup' branch. Did you intend for the branch to split off of such an old revision of trunk? Thanks, Andy -- TAI64 timestamp: 400053e44780

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Steve Bennett
On 8 Aug 2014, at 1:43 pm, Andy Bradford amb-sendok-1410061405.efmchampahhhjobco...@bradfords.org wrote: Thus said Steve Bennett on Fri, 08 Aug 2014 12:30:52 +1000: I have fixed Jim Tcl, updated autosetup, and pushed a new version to the 'autosetup' branch. Did you intend for the

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Andy Bradford
Thus said Steve Bennett on Fri, 08 Aug 2014 14:00:02 +1000: No. Not sure why that happened. I'm out of practice with fossil. Well, it looks like Joe decided to merge trunk into the branch, so it may not be anything to worry about. I started to look at it and there were a lot of

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Joe Mistachkin
Andy Bradford wrote: Well, it looks like Joe decided to merge trunk into the branch, so it may not be anything to worry about. Yeah, it appears the net change was that Jim Tcl was updated. There are quite a lot of changes to it since the last version. However, I think it should be

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Andy Bradford
Thus said Joe Mistachkin on Thu, 07 Aug 2014 21:14:56 -0700: Yeah, it appears the net change was that Jim Tcl was updated. There are quite a lot of changes to it since the last version. However, I think it should be fine merging it to trunk? Any conflicting opinions? No, looks fine now

Re: [fossil-users] Linux 2.6 :-(

2014-08-07 Thread Steve Bennett
On 8 Aug 2014, at 2:14 pm, Joe Mistachkin sql...@mistachkin.com wrote: Andy Bradford wrote: Well, it looks like Joe decided to merge trunk into the branch, so it may not be anything to worry about. Yeah, it appears the net change was that Jim Tcl was updated. There are quite a