On 8 Aug 2014, at 2:34 pm, Andy Bradford amb-fos...@bradfords.org wrote:
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
On 7-8-2014 21:47, Will Parsons wrote:
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
i think this is the coolest stupid fossil trick yet...
Those who know a bit about requirejs (http://requirejs.org/) might find it
interesting to know that we can now use a similar mechanism to load
arbitrary resources from a fossil database. A short demo:
// Import our requirejs
Thus said Steve Bennett on Fri, 08 Aug 2014 15:55:51 +1000:
Are you sure you just changed /home to 711?
Yes, I did ``chmod 711 /home'' (as root). That was it. Then I tried to
configure and got the errors. I see you are on Linux. I'm on OpenBSD, so
perhaps things work a little differently (for
This is fossil version 1.29 [3e5ebe2b90] 2014-06-12 17:25:56 UTC
(f = fossil)
I created a branch with the F COMMIT --BRANCH WIP command (WIP is the name of
the branch I created) .
Then if I do F UP TRUNK it switches to trunk, no problem. Then I try F UP WIP
and it gives this error: “no such
Figured it out. It is case sensitive, I branched as WIP and tried with “wip”.
Sorry for the noise.
From: Tony Papadimitriou
Sent: Friday, August 08, 2014 9:01 PM
To: Fossil SCM user's discussion
Subject: [fossil-users] Problem with using branch names
This is fossil version 1.29 [3e5ebe2b90]
On 8/7/2014 15:09, Warren Young wrote:
you can use a meta tag to do the same thing
Confirmed. If you go to Admin Skins Header, and add this line
somewhere in head, IE8+ will work in standards mode when you point it
at an intranet instance of Fossil:
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