Re: [fossil-users] I have no idea what this is trying to tell me...

2019-05-08 Thread Michael Richter
it. On Thu, 9 May 2019 at 09:30, Michael Richter wrote: > New_Version: > 0d481726efdeaf7e1e425da5db82af9042217eaa59ca689e3a253cefdbb93a77 > ERROR: [CPU/STM32F103RC_buildnumber] is different on disk compared to the > repository > NOTICE: Repository version of [CPU/STM32F103RC_buildnumber] st

[fossil-users] I have no idea what this is trying to tell me...

2019-05-08 Thread Michael Richter
New_Version: 0d481726efdeaf7e1e425da5db82af9042217eaa59ca689e3a253cefdbb93a77 ERROR: [CPU/STM32F103RC_buildnumber] is different on disk compared to the repository NOTICE: Repository version of [CPU/STM32F103RC_buildnumber] stored in [file-61e47e1f48a9c5ea] ERROR: [CPU/STM32L051C8_buildnumber] is

Re: [fossil-users] Colored output on console

2016-04-25 Thread Michael Richter
se fsl wrapper as a standard filter? > > You can get a sense of what the repo extension does from this wiki page: > http://chiselapp.com/user/kiatoa/repository/fsl/wiki?name=Usage > > Thanks, > > Matt > -=- > > On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 7:48 AM, Michael Richter <ttm

Re: [fossil-users] Colored output on console

2016-04-25 Thread Michael Richter
I know that every time I mention this I get silently, perhaps even hostilely, ignored, but really guys, why not just use fsl for your customization needs? Colourizing output is in the cookbook: http://fossil.0branch.com/fsl/wiki?name=Cookbook, along with lots of other nifty tricks like aliasing,

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil crashing when opening or checking out a repository.

2016-04-14 Thread Michael Richter
Trying to open the same repository under a Linux system (fossil version 1.33 [5b456cfa6b]) gives me this: "[1]9388 segmentation fault fossil open /path/to/Joystick.fossil" On 15 April 2016 at 11:31, Michael Richter <ttmrich...@gmail.com> wrote: > Platform: Windows 10. >

[fossil-users] Fossil crashing when opening or checking out a repository.

2016-04-14 Thread Michael Richter
Platform: Windows 10. Fossil version: 1.34 [62dcb00e68] After making a few changes to a project (IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM) and committing them on a feature branch, I tried to check out the main development branch. The result was a hard crash. My repository is now in a state where I can't

Re: [fossil-users] Shorter alias for FOSSIL AMEND --EDIT-COMMENT request

2016-02-25 Thread Michael Richter
Here I go again reminding people that if you just want short versions of commands, aliases for common command operations with specific switches, etc. that http://fossil.0branch.com/fsl/home has a solution for this already that's been available for years now. On 26 February 2016 at 10:57, Ross

Re: [fossil-users] How to enable TH1?

2015-06-27 Thread Michael Richter
On 27 June 2015 at 01:06, Joe Mistachkin sql...@mistachkin.com wrote: This must be enabled at compile-time as well via the FOSSIL_ENABLE_TH1_DOCS define. When using ./configure, you can specify: --with-th1-docs=1 What, exactly, does this actually do? I can't find any information

Re: [fossil-users] Bug? FOSSIL MV does not work as expected (Win7 machine)

2015-04-21 Thread Michael Richter
The key wording there is *within the repository* tree. It doesn't change the file system, only the naming of the files, etc. in the repository. Whether this is desired or correct behaviour is … an area of frequent discussion. My own response to that discussion is to use the fsl wrapper (

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

2014-07-27 Thread Michael Richter
On 27 July 2014 11:04, Eric Rubin-Smith eas@gmail.com wrote: Fossil *could* support export to JIRA+git in particular, for example, by providing a tool that (a) exports to JIRA's supported JSON import format, (b) collects the mapping from the fossil ticket IDs to the JIRA ticket IDs, then

[fossil-users] TH scripting question

2014-06-06 Thread Michael Richter
Where do I find the variables and commands Fossil exposes to TH documented? -- Perhaps people don't believe this, but throughout all of the discussions of entering China our focus has really been what's best for the Chinese people. It's not been about our revenue or profit or whatnot. --Sergey

Re: [fossil-users] How to ignore UNIX executables?

2013-08-17 Thread Michael Richter
On 15 August 2013 21:23, John Long codeb...@inbox.lv wrote: Hi, is it possible to ignore UNIX executables? I want to do an addr on a directory tree but I don't know how to tell fossil not to track the binaries since they have no naming pattern. Until now I've been living with it but it is

Re: [fossil-users] How to ignore UNIX executables?

2013-08-17 Thread Michael Richter
On 15 August 2013 21:23, John Long codeb...@inbox.lv wrote: Hi, is it possible to ignore UNIX executables? I want to do an addr on a directory tree but I don't know how to tell fossil not to track the binaries since they have no naming pattern. Until now I've been living with it but it is

Re: [fossil-users] Making the go tool support fossil

2013-02-20 Thread Michael Richter
On 21 February 2013 04:57, Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.name wrote: 1) there were a way to clone+checkout at once into a subdirectory: fossil clonedir http://blabla.org/ blabla # ^ It creates blabla/, blabla/.repository.fossil, and in it, checks out # the .repository.fossil, for

Re: [fossil-users] Help with Chisel

2013-02-17 Thread Michael Richter
You should have set your check-in date to something ridiculously early. (One of the options when creating the repo for pushing.) Since you didn't, shun instead the initial check-in. When I did that to my hosted app it worked fine. On 17 February 2013 22:09, jim Schimpf jim.schi...@gmail.com

Re: [fossil-users] fossil sqlite3

2012-12-31 Thread Michael Richter
On 31 December 2012 15:53, Edward Berner e...@bernerfam.com wrote: fossil info calls it project-code but it seems to be the same thing that fossil new and fossil clone call project-id. Waitwhat? My version of Fossil (This is fossil version 1.25 [558a17a686] 2012-12-22 13:48:31 UTC) doesn't

Re: [fossil-users] fossil sqlite3

2012-12-31 Thread Michael Richter
On 31 December 2012 17:27, Edward Berner e...@bernerfam.com wrote: Waitwhat? My version of Fossil (This is fossil version 1.25 [558a17a686] 2012-12-22 13:48:31 UTC) doesn't show anything about project-id for fossil new/clone. What do you get when you create a test repository? It should, I

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-30 Thread Michael Richter
If I had written a ten-page post explaining in excruciating detail what rebase is, why it matters, and how to adapt it to the Fossil philosophy, who -but who!- would have read that first post? I, for one, would have. I wouldn't necessarily have agreed, mind, because the disagreement may be

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-30 Thread Michael Richter
I'd just like to add a link to a Git user who *doesn't* like rebasing: http://paul.stadig.name/2010/12/thou-shalt-not-lie-git-rebase-ammend.html On 31 December 2012 07:26, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: If I had written a ten-page post explaining in excruciating detail what

[fossil-users] fossil sqlite3

2012-12-30 Thread Michael Richter
Is there any way to execute SQL statements from the command line using fossil sqlite3? The docs for thishttp://www.fossil-scm.org/xfer/help?cmd=sqlite3are a bit skimpy (to say the least). Like what are the *?OPTIONS?* mentioned, precisely? What I'm specifically trying to accomplish is to

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-29 Thread Michael Richter
I'm pretty sure that rebase or its equivalents will never be a part of Fossil. Given that there are tools out there (like Git) that feature this functionality that some (and I stress it's only *some*) users want, perhaps this following question is to practical but … why not use Git, the tool that

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-29 Thread Michael Richter
On 30 December 2012 12:56, Nico Williams n...@cryptonector.com wrote: What is it about rebase that causes so many to miss the idea of a rebase that is NOT destructive because it creates a new branch instead of doing a destructive change to an existing branch? I don't know. You won't explain

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-29 Thread Michael Richter
On 30 December 2012 13:02, Nico Williams n...@cryptonector.com wrote: On Sat, Dec 29, 2012 at 10:57 PM, Mike Meyer m...@mired.org wrote: So, for the third time, can you describe your proposed new feature *without* saying the words git or rebase. No: it's too much work, and many people

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-29 Thread Michael Richter
On 30 December 2012 13:23, Nico Williams n...@cryptonector.com wrote: A rebase operation takes a branch (typically the current one) and two commits (oldbase and newbase) in the repository and then a) computes the set of commits that are in the branch since oldbase then b) creates a new line

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-29 Thread Michael Richter
On 30 December 2012 14:00, Nico Williams n...@cryptonector.com wrote: And why do they do this? I kinda/sorta get the mechanism. I just don't see the motivation. (And upstream maintainers insist upon this is not motivation, it's just moving the question of motivation around.) Because

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-29 Thread Michael Richter
On 30 December 2012 14:19, Nico Williams n...@cryptonector.com wrote: There are differing philosophies here. Some say it is important to present a clean, linear narrative of what took place - a narrative that is easy to follow and easy to understand. Others say that it is more important

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-25 Thread Michael Richter
On 25 December 2012 07:12, Mike Meyer m...@mired.org wrote: for u in $DEVS ADMINS $READERS do # create user name from company mail address, password is PWname. fs new $u $u...@company.com PW$u -R $REPO done for dev in $DEVS do # Set up developers fs cap $dev v -R $REPO

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-25 Thread Michael Richter
http://facepalm.org I feel stupid. On 26 December 2012 02:23, Michael L. Barrow mlbar...@barrow.me wrote: On 12/25/2012 12:44 AM, Michael Richter wrote: This leaves me doubly confused. Neither of these command lines works for me. There is no fossil cap I can see. (Fossil whines about

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil vs. Git/Mercurial/etc.?

2012-12-24 Thread Michael Richter
On 19 December 2012 07:33, Mike Meyer m...@mired.org wrote: for u in $DEVS ADMINS $READERS do # create user name from company mail address, password is PWname. fs new $u $u...@company.com PW$u -R $REPO done for dev in $DEVS do # Set up developers fs cap $dev v -R $REPO done I

Re: [fossil-users] File moves reported in commit as file deletion!

2012-12-17 Thread Michael Richter
You know, for someone using a tool that hasn't paid for it, you have a real tone of overweening entitlement. Perhaps you need to look up the definitions involved in free software and open source software. You may wish, in particular, to pay attention to the portions of it that involve how to get

Re: [fossil-users] why does `fossil rm' not do the real thing?

2012-12-17 Thread Michael Richter
Do you two need a room? If so, there's a local so-called love hotel I can book for you in two-hour slots. On 18 December 2012 13:00, Chad Perrin c...@apotheon.net wrote: On Sun, Dec 16, 2012 at 05:02:23PM -0800, Joe Mistachkin wrote: Chad Perrin wrote: If you use bleeding edge

Re: [fossil-users] Wiki naming limitations

2012-10-28 Thread Michael Richter
On 29 October 2012 02:44, K k...@lightpowered.org wrote: Literally my first day using Fossil I ran into a problem, the wiki naming limitation. This doesn't seem too obscure to not warrant a tweak to the code. The obscure part isn't the naming limitation, it's the desire to have page names

Re: [fossil-users] Delete Ad-Unit button doesn't work

2012-08-09 Thread Michael Richter
I'm going to ask what is probably a remarkably stupid question, but what is an ad-unit? I can't find mention of it in a(n admittedly cursory) look-over of the docs. On 10 August 2012 03:11, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: On Thu, Aug 9, 2012 at 2:50 PM, Sergey Sfeli

[fossil-users] MIME types in Fossil's document server

2012-08-03 Thread Michael Richter
I'm having a weird problem serving up files in my /doc/tip/*. Some of the files I access through that tree are source files. If the source files are foo.m (Mercury source), fossil serves them up as MIME type text/html and it gets displayed nicely in my browser (Firefox 14). If, however, the

Re: [fossil-users] problem with illegal characters

2012-03-08 Thread Michael Richter
On 8 March 2012 03:18, Gour g...@atmarama.net wrote: I already voiced a release engineer's reluctance to pursue Fossil due to the restriction of '[]'s. I'm with computers since time of Apple's IIe and never encountered need to have filenames with '[]'s. Never worked with VMS then, I'm

Re: [fossil-users] Login seems to be broken. (Showstopping)(Solved)

2011-10-13 Thread Michael Richter
sites that I know for certain work to avoid the possibility of accidentally catching up on a proxied URL pattern. On 12 October 2011 20:40, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: On 12 October 2011 19:01, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 12:20 AM, Michael Richter

[fossil-users] Fwd: Login seems to be broken. (Showstopping)

2011-10-12 Thread Michael Richter
OK, got tired of waiting for the moderation, so reposting without the attached repository. I can mail the repository in question to anybody who wants to look at it. -- Forwarded message -- From: Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com Date: 12 October 2011 12:20 Subject: Login seems

Re: [fossil-users] Login seems to be broken. (Showstopping)

2011-10-12 Thread Michael Richter
On 12 October 2011 19:01, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 12:20 AM, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.comwrote: Using a recent version of fossil (Fossil version 1.19 [6092935ff2] 2011-10-05 02:03:04) I can't log in to any repository at all (including repos I've had

Re: [fossil-users] Has any fossil user ever experienced a SHA1 collision?

2011-09-16 Thread Michael Richter
On 15 September 2011 22:43, Ron Aaron r...@ronware.org wrote: On 09/15/2011 05:34 PM, Richard Hipp wrote: Using the birthday paradox, I calculated last year that for the SQLite repository, if it continues to change and evolve at the same rate it has for the previous 10 years, will

Re: [fossil-users] _FOSSIL_ vs. .fos Was: New features for merging

2011-08-13 Thread Michael Richter
On 13 August 2011 07:31, Joerg Sonnenberger jo...@britannica.bec.de wrote: (if you can figure out how to mark _FOSSIL_ as hidden on Windows, that would be good too). The ATTRIB command isn't working for you? -- Perhaps people don't believe this, but throughout all of the discussions of

Re: [fossil-users] Needed: volunteer to autoconf Fossil

2011-06-16 Thread Michael Richter
On 14 June 2011 15:57, Stephan Beal sgb...@googlemail.com wrote: On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 1:27 AM, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: If you have a way other than autoconf to generate a universal build script that runs on any unix machine without special software installed, then that will be

Re: [fossil-users] Needed: volunteer to autoconf Fossil

2011-06-16 Thread Michael Richter
*A Modest Proposal* * * The problems with the auto* tools are myriad and well-documented in the grey hairs and bald pates of many a poor soul who's had to put them to use. Other environments suggested -- CMake, QMake, Jam, et al -- suffer from assorted platform problems including (but not limited

Re: [fossil-users] Sub-repositories?

2011-03-29 Thread Michael Richter
Thanks, Richard. That cleared things up. On 29 March 2011 20:25, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: -- Perhaps people don't believe this, but throughout all of the discussions of entering China our focus has really been what's best for the Chinese people. It's not been about our revenue or

[fossil-users] Sub-repositories?

2011-03-28 Thread Michael Richter
I just saw an intriguing message in the timeline. Leaf: Merge the sub-repo capability into trunk. I can't find anywhere in the help, the fossil docs nor in the wiki that talks about this. How does one use this new sub-repo capability? -- Perhaps people don't believe this, but throughout all

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58 [SOLVED]

2011-03-24 Thread Michael Richter
Thanks for all the friendly help I got on this issue and for the near saintlike patience Richard showed. The problem has been solved. I blame China. (I'm only being a little bit facetious in this.) Something Richard asked -- about a proxy that filters anything with timeline in the URL -- got

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Michael Richter
More data on this problem. It's now happening to me on Firefox. A repo that was working fine for me with Firefox for several days (but not Chrome -- no repo ever works with Chrome) has suddenly developed the same disease using Firefox. I'm logged in. I can see everything clearly. Except the

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Michael Richter
And more data: It seems Firefox is just plain tainted now -- I can't access the timeline view on ANY fossil repository, just like the problem I had for Chrome. On 24 March 2011 00:45, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: More data on this problem. It's now happening to me on Firefox

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Michael Richter
in the cookie management? On 24 March 2011 00:47, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: And more data: It seems Firefox is just plain tainted now -- I can't access the timeline view on ANY fossil repository, just like the problem I had for Chrome. On 24 March 2011 00:45, Michael Richter

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Michael Richter
And another data point. I can't see the timeline SETTINGS from the admin panel. So I log in. I click on Admin. I click on Timeline. I'm thrown to the login page. On 24 March 2011 01:01, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: And yet more data. If I turn on history view for user

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Michael Richter
browser have any effect? It should be an easy way to avoid any local cookies or extensions (in Chrome) from interfering with the process. On 23 March 2011 16:47, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: And more data: It seems Firefox is just plain tainted now -- I can't access the timeline

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Michael Richter
term. As a long term solution, however, it stinks. :( On 24 March 2011 01:05, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: And another data point. I can't see the timeline SETTINGS from the admin panel. So I log in. I click on Admin. I click on Timeline. I'm thrown to the login page

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Michael Richter
On 24 March 2011 01:17, Douglas Fitzmaurice dig...@gmail.com wrote: Are you able to make a Wireshark capture of the traffic from one of these requests? There is a tutorial on capturing using Ubuntu here: http://www.howtoforge.com/network-analysis-with-wireshark-on-ubuntu-9.10 (Apologies if

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Michael Richter
On 24 March 2011 01:14, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: Do you have some strange proxy that is rewriting URLs that contain the keyword timeline in them? Not to my knowledge, no. I mean I have a proxy I use to get around the Great Firewall, but I'm pretty sure that timeline isn't in my

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-23 Thread Michael Richter
On 24 March 2011 04:05, Joshua Paine jos...@letterblock.com wrote: On 03/23/2011 01:01 PM, Michael Richter wrote: I'm not sure why the bit rot with Firefox happened Did you just upgrade? 4.0 final came out in the last couple days. Nope. It's still 3.6.15 here. We really need

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-21 Thread Michael Richter
Oops. I didn't see this, Richard. Sorry. I'll get this set up now and send you the results. Once I figure out how to get Tcl working. :) On 17 March 2011 01:21, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 11:30 AM, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.comwrote: OK

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-21 Thread Michael Richter
for relay-to always gets me either SQLite's home page or error messages. What, precisely, should I be setting up in there? On 21 March 2011 21:49, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: Oops. I didn't see this, Richard. Sorry. I'll get this set up now and send you the results. Once I

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-21 Thread Michael Richter
On 21 March 2011 22:21, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 10:01 AM, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.comwrote: OK, perhaps I'm being as thick as a whale omlette here, but I cannot get this to work at all. First attempt: relay-to was set to www.fossil-scm.org:80

Re: [fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-21 Thread Michael Richter
On 21 March 2011 23:30, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 11:10 AM, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.comwrote: Try running the experiment here: http://www.sqlite.org/debug1 OK, I can log in and see the timeline properly here. Are you running this through CGI

[fossil-users] Ticket 305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58

2011-03-15 Thread Michael Richter
The ticket http://fossil-scm.org/index.html/tktview/305143bd876f693f446f78d12dbef143c46eec58 is moving into show-stopper territory for me. I'm trying to share a repository's code through fossil to fossil non-users. The inability to log in in the timeline views means no ability to bundle up

[fossil-users] $home, et al in headers and footers

2011-01-28 Thread Michael Richter
I'm trying to do some stuff with base urls in my header and I can't seem to get it to work. Part of the problem is that $home is a relative address. It occurs to me that I have absolutely no idea what all the $variables are in Fossil. Is there a list of them anywhere (I couldn't find one in the

Re: [fossil-users] $home, et al in headers and footers

2011-01-28 Thread Michael Richter
On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.comwrote: I'm trying to do some stuff with base urls in my header and I can't seem to get it to work. Part of the problem is that $home is a relative address. It occurs to me that I have absolutely no idea what all

Re: [fossil-users] Hello. Anyone for source highlighting?

2010-11-08 Thread Michael Richter
As another option on this there's a pretty good JavaScript-based code colorizer out there. The colorizer could be built-in for common languages and could be pointed at the repository itself for including project-specific language configurations with ease. This would trump calling external

Re: [fossil-users] Possible to export revision history?

2010-09-24 Thread Michael Richter
On 24 September 2010 03:20, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: The deconstruct method is fossil's equivalent to fast-export. Why does this not meet your needs and what exactly are you looking for? Are you wanting an export in the git-specific format? How could we export wiki and tickets

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil redirect loop

2010-09-21 Thread Michael Richter
and c) this something doesn't survive a configuration reset all. That's pretty slim pickings for debugging. :( On 19 September 2010 10:33, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: Dammit. Scratch that. I don't have the backup anymore. :( On 19 September 2010 10:21, Michael Richter

[fossil-users] Fossil redirect loop

2010-09-18 Thread Michael Richter
I've got a fossil repository I can't touch because of something being reported as a redirect loop. Firefox just gives a user-friendly error with no useful information. Chrome gives a bit more: This webpage has a redirect loop. The webpage at

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil redirect loop

2010-09-18 Thread Michael Richter
AM, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.comwrote: I've got a fossil repository I can't touch because of something being reported as a redirect loop. Firefox just gives a user-friendly error with no useful information. With fossil ui running, try manually moving to the setup pages by typing

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil redirect loop

2010-09-18 Thread Michael Richter
It occurs to me that I still have the broken repo as a backup. Would you be interested in seeing it? On 19 September 2010 07:48, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: On Sat, Sep 18, 2010 at 7:23 PM, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.comwrote: OK, so I fixed it shortly before crashing

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil redirect loop

2010-09-18 Thread Michael Richter
Dammit. Scratch that. I don't have the backup anymore. :( On 19 September 2010 10:21, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: It occurs to me that I still have the broken repo as a backup. Would you be interested in seeing it? On 19 September 2010 07:48, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org

Re: [fossil-users] Why has fossil stopped signing things?

2010-08-01 Thread Michael Richter
*$ fossil setting* ... clearsign ... pgp-command ... No setting which means, I assume, defaults. On 2 August 2010 06:22, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: What are your: fossil setting clearsign fossil setting pgp-command On Sat, Jul 31, 2010 at 12:19 PM, Michael Richter ttmrich

Re: [fossil-users] Why has fossil stopped signing things?

2010-08-01 Thread Michael Richter
Ah! That could be the problem then. On 2 August 2010 10:17, Joshua Paine jos...@letterblock.com wrote: Little while ago fossil stopped signing by default--Richard concluded it was confusing and/or irritating to more people than liked it. Should work again if you turn it on (by GUI or command

Re: [fossil-users] Skins

2010-07-28 Thread Michael Richter
, Michael Richter wrote: Looking more into the skinning issue, it looks to me like the file skins.c contains a bunch of stuff that could be generated trivially from a script of some sort. Is there any interest in me making the skinning system more flexible so it's easier to add a new skin

[fossil-users] Skins

2010-07-25 Thread Michael Richter
The skins available in the default build of fossil seem to be mislabelled. When I select the one labelled plain grey, no logo, I get a plain grey theme with a big lighter-grey box that occupies 3/4 of the top (left-aligned) with a logo in the middle. khaki, no logo is what it says on the box.

Re: [fossil-users] Skins

2010-07-25 Thread Michael Richter
Looking more into the skinning issue, it looks to me like the file skins.c contains a bunch of stuff that could be generated trivially from a script of some sort. Is there any interest in me making the skinning system more flexible so it's easier to add a new skin by basically just checking in

Re: [fossil-users] add empty directory

2010-07-12 Thread Michael Richter
On 13 July 2010 00:35, Sergey Volkov s...@mooby.org wrote: 12.07.2010 19:05, Joshua Paine пишет: I have needed this also, and I do: `touch empty_dir/dir; fossil add empty_dir` So to add empty directory i need to create any empty file in it? for example mkdir empty_dir touch

Re: [fossil-users] Makefile

2010-07-09 Thread Michael Richter
OK, this *really* is the last thing before bed. I've documented the new build system (somewhat) here: http://fossil-scm.org/index.html/wiki?name=New+Build+Documentation On 10 July 2010 01:54, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: Last thing before I go to bed, I've tagged the relevant

[fossil-users] Makefile

2010-07-07 Thread Michael Richter
I'd like to re-engineer the Makefile approach in fossil so that it's easier to work out what needs to be put in place for any given platform. Is there enough interest in this that it's worth doing the work in my private branch for inspection? -- Perhaps people don't believe this, but throughout

Re: [fossil-users] Makefile

2010-07-07 Thread Michael Richter
compiler choices configurable through simple environment variable settings or the like with support for these out of the box: - gcc (obviously) - clang - Visual Studio? On 7 July 2010 18:34, Paul Ruizendaal p...@planet.nl wrote: On Wed, 7 Jul 2010 16:34:31 +0800, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com

Re: [fossil-users] Features request

2010-06-30 Thread Michael Richter
On 30 June 2010 21:24, Joshua Paine jos...@letterblock.com wrote: On 06/30/2010 01:52 AM, Ruslan Popov wrote: When I use git I like its feature to do 'more' showing huge diff. Especially it would be convinient for fossil on Windows. `fossil diff | more` Windows doesn't have much of a

Re: [fossil-users] filename contains illegal characters

2010-06-28 Thread Michael Richter
On 28 June 2010 21:20, Kevin Greiner grein...@gmail.com wrote: For a few files I see the following error: fossil: filename contains illegal characters: prep_20100113[1] clean/ 135816_0001.ps I understand it's the square brackets that are causing this error but not why this is by design.

Re: [fossil-users] filename contains illegal characters

2010-06-28 Thread Michael Richter
On 29 June 2010 02:18, Eric e...@deptj.eu wrote: [] are there for the same reason as * and ?: ~ $ ls -d p[lu]* play public_html Ah. I was unaware of that expansion. I always used something like p{l,u}* in those situations. -- Perhaps people don't believe this, but throughout all of the

Re: [fossil-users] Mix of UTF-8 and CP1251 (Russian cyrillic) in project

2010-06-25 Thread Michael Richter
On 25 June 2010 21:34, Michal Suchanek hramr...@centrum.cz wrote: Perhaps fossil should have a system encoding which it would get from the environment (locales, windows codepage) and mark all commit messages with it. I vote that this is an extraordinarily bad idea. Fossil is a *distributed*

Re: [fossil-users] fossil rebase

2010-06-24 Thread Michael Richter
What does this do that *fossil merge trunk* from my branch in *ttmrichter* doesn't do? On 24 June 2010 16:31, altufa...@mail.com wrote: Well, you have custom changes (A, B, C) in a branch and you want to keep up with latest changes happening in trunk - at frequent intervals. What rebase does

Re: [fossil-users] fossil rebase

2010-06-24 Thread Michael Richter
I'm not a git user, so I have no idea. On 24 June 2010 18:56, altufa...@mail.com wrote: I'm not sure. Is there really no difference? - Altu -Original Message- From: Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com To: fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org Sent: Thu, Jun 24, 2010 4:23 pm

Re: [fossil-users] Not within an open checkout (Documentation fix)

2010-06-21 Thread Michael Richter
If there are no corrections or improvements on this, I'll go about merging it into the main branch, OK? On 18 June 2010 11:24, Michael Richter ttmrich...@gmail.com wrote: Now that I have check-in privs, I've checked in an updated quick start that presents the information in a more useful order

Re: [fossil-users] Not within an open checkout

2010-06-15 Thread Michael Richter
On 16 June 2010 05:41, ghiù pistacc...@gmail.com wrote: Long story short, I downloaded the latest build for MacOSX and put it in /usr/local/bin/. I run without a problem fossil new test and it created a new archive. I then tried fossil ui and I got a not within an open checkout. Now, every

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil for dummies PDF

2010-05-29 Thread Michael Richter
Very nice and exactly the kind of thing Fossil needs. On 29 May 2010 18:20, Jim Schimpf jim.schi...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, I've been working on this for a while and thought it might be useful for the group. This is a PDF for a new user of Fossil to show them how to use it in a simple

Re: [fossil-users] How to close a branch?

2010-02-26 Thread Michael Richter
The branching documentation is at http://www.fossil-scm.org/index.html/doc/tip/www/branching.wiki. Closing off a branch is done by tagging the branch closed according to that doc if I've read it right. 2010/2/27 Jacek Cała jacek.c...@gmail.com Hello, To make a branch I use command 'fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Graphical display of fork/merge actions in timeline

2010-02-05 Thread Michael Richter
On 6 February 2010 05:16, D. Richard Hipp d...@hwaci.com wrote: You know, 15 years ago, I could have done (and did do) a slick looking interface like this using a couple dozen lines of easy to understand and easy to modify Tcl/Tk code in a canvas widget. Now, I have to write hundreds or

Re: [fossil-users] Repository-dependant cookies

2010-02-01 Thread Michael Richter
On 1 February 2010 23:19, D. Richard Hipp d...@hwaci.com wrote: I do *not* want to turn Fossil into a general-purpose web server and replacement for Apache. That is not its purpose. We have to draw the line somewhere, and I propose to draw the line here. Absolutely agreed. The feature is

Re: [fossil-users] Repository-dependant cookies

2010-01-31 Thread Michael Richter
This is truly awesome, Richard! Thanks a lot. On 1 February 2010 04:35, D. Richard Hipp d...@hwaci.com wrote: On Jan 30, 2010, at 10:21 PM, D. Richard Hipp wrote: Perhaps the syntax should be: fossil server --directory FOLDER_HOLDING_REPOSITORIES In that case, fossil is able

Re: [fossil-users] Repository-dependant cookies

2010-01-30 Thread Michael Richter
2010/1/31 D. Richard Hipp d...@hwaci.com There was another recent request for the ability to serve multiple repositories off of the same TCP port without using a web server. The current syntax to launch a stand-alone server is: fossil server REPOSITORYFILE Suppose we expanded this

Re: [fossil-users] cloning http://www.fossil-scm.org/ fails

2010-01-25 Thread Michael Richter
2010/1/25 D. Richard Hipp d...@hwaci.com I'm not sure what was going wrong. But hopefully it is fixed now. It works now on all the platforms I have access to. ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] cloning http://www.fossil-scm.org/ fails

2010-01-23 Thread Michael Richter
OK, maybe I'm being as thick as a whale sandwich, but when I try to update my copy of fossil from fossil-scm.org, after downloading a source tarball and compiling, I get the same login problem I had with my earlier version: mich...@isolde:~/Development/fossil$ fossil version This is fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Add files recursively?

2010-01-21 Thread Michael Richter
2010/1/21 Daniel Carrera dcarr...@gmail.com 1) I don't see how one file is better than one directory with one file. One is two entities to keep track of (one directory, one file) and one is a single entity to keep track of (one file). Seems pretty obvious to me. 2) But the truth is that

Re: [fossil-users] Add files recursively?

2010-01-21 Thread Michael Richter
2010/1/21 Daniel Carrera dcarr...@gmail.com When you clone A to B, a note is made in B that you cloned from A. So when you are working in B and you push or pull or sync it knows that the endpoint of that operation is A. I think that's bad. Darcs doesn't do that, and I would venture to

Re: [fossil-users] Noob windows build problems

2010-01-21 Thread Michael Richter
You need to have zlib built and the library in your library path. Google for zlib and download it, compile it and place it in your lib directory for MinGW/MSYS. 2010/1/21 Simon Horton sij.hor...@gmail.com Hello, I have fossil source code: fossil-src-20091220213451 I have setup Ming and

Re: [fossil-users] Add files recursively?

2010-01-21 Thread Michael Richter
2010/1/21 Daniel Carrera dcarr...@gmail.com Michael Richter wrote: mich...@isolde:~/junk/B$ darcs push darcs failed: Not a repository: /home/michael/junk/A (/home/michael/junk/A/_darcs/inventory: openBinaryFile: does not exist (No such file or directory)) Oops. So much for equal

Re: [fossil-users] What is maximum limit size of a .fsl file ?

2010-01-07 Thread Michael Richter
2010/1/8 Stephan Beal sgb...@googlemail.com _in theory_, the largest item which can portably be committed is somewhere around 1.7GB. That number comes from: a) max memory space for 32-bit platforms = ~4GB. In my experience, 3.6-3.8GB is the max. b) fossil does its diffs in memory, meaning 2

Re: [fossil-users] Anonymous login broken?

2009-12-28 Thread Michael Richter
Works fine for me. 2009/12/28 Chris Schaller kwi...@googlemail.com Using Fossil version [0f4f6c0325] 2009-12-18 23:54:24. Fossil Home Page (redirected from www.fossil-scm.org to http://www.fossil-scm.org/index.html/doc/tip/www/index.wiki) states that 'Not logged in'. If I chose 'Login' with

Re: [fossil-users] Path Separators

2009-12-20 Thread Michael Richter
The easiest immediate solution for you is to type OPTION at the TCC command line and tell TCC to allow both forward and back slashes in file names. CMD.EXE users have a bigger problem. 2009/12/19 Clark Christensen cdcmi...@yahoo.com I'm using Fossil on MS Windows under the TCC/4NT shell, and

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