Re: [fossil-users] ui/server won't launch in cygwin

2009-09-11 Thread Wilson, Ronald
All the the commands I have tried (in a few hours of using Fossil so far) have worked just fine in Cygwin, with the exception of 'ui' and 'server'. They work in CMD, but I'd rather be able to stay in puttycyg. There, it gets as far as launching a new tab in Firefox, but the page stays blank,

Re: [fossil-users] sometimes fossil ui doesn't load css

2009-09-15 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Often browsing the fossil ui remotely it appears that the css doesn't load all the time. This appears to happen on Chrome, Firefox, and IE (see attached). Repeatedly reloading a page can sometimes get the styles loaded, but subsequent page loads can revert back to the style-less view.

Re: [fossil-users] sometimes fossil ui doesn't load css

2009-09-16 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I find that when I reload a page twice in quick succession, the page loads with the styles pretty consistently. It is as if the css arrives too late for the first request and it is used to render the second request. Weird. RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m)

[fossil-users] fossil setting editor - still have problems in windows

2009-09-16 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Fossil is still not quoting the editor command when executing it in windows: PS C:\fossil\xyntservice fossil commit Autosync: http://svn.thereverend.org:8081/ Bytes Cards Artifacts Deltas Send: 130 1 0 0 Received:

Re: [fossil-users] Lost Password

2009-09-23 Thread Wilson, Ronald
does fossil have a pwd recovery mechanism? does fossil config pull users copy the passwords to local? from my mobile 434.851.1612 On Sep 23, 2009, at 3:19 AM, Robert rob...@pytrash.co.uk wrote: Hi User 'robert' has lost his password, could I have a new one please? I apologies for the

Re: [fossil-users] How to associate a fossil repository with a newautosync URL?

2009-09-30 Thread Wilson, Ronald
How does one associate a fossil repository with a new autosync URL? fossil remote-url http://your.new.url:port/ If you want to include your username and pw in the remote-url, you can try: fossil remote-url http://usr:p...@your.new.url:port/ However, this doesn't work for me on windows I have

Re: [fossil-users] Not authorized to write

2009-10-02 Thread Wilson, Ronald
OK, here is a reproduction of credentials not 'sticking' on remote-url command; seems to stick when I use the pull command. PS C:\fossil fossil clone http://rwilson:mypassw...@www.fossil-scm.org/ fossil2.f Bytes Cards Artifacts Deltas Send: 597

Re: [fossil-users] Possible extensions

2009-10-04 Thread Wilson, Ronald
[2] server install Has anybody considered a server install command for fossil? In windows it could install a fossil ad-hoc server as a service through the services API and on unix it could update the inet/xinet config files. The latter may sound like a stretch, but the Firebird database

[fossil-users] shunning

2009-10-15 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I accidentally added a file to my repository using all lower-case letters, which basically added a blank artifact to my repository. Later I added the file again using the proper case. I can't figure out how to remove the first file. I tried fossil rm but the file still shows on the file list on

Re: [fossil-users] shunning

2009-10-16 Thread Wilson, Ronald
...@lists.fossil-scm.org [mailto:fossil-users- boun...@lists.fossil-scm.org] On Behalf Of D. Richard Hipp Sent: Thursday, October 15, 2009 6:39 PM To: fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org Subject: Re: [fossil-users] shunning On Oct 15, 2009, at 5:24 PM, Wilson, Ronald wrote: I don't

[fossil-users] inadvertent wiki tags in fossil stdout

2009-10-16 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I noticed when pasting fossil output to a ticket that some things make invalid wiki markup. Obviously it is convenient that fossil ver puts the artifact id in brackets like this: [076f7adff2]. This is wiki markup and works great. Then there are other things like 'unable to sign manifest.

[fossil-users] makefile.w32

2009-10-19 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Does anyone object to the following makefile changes for win32? I can check them in if there are no objections. PS C:\fossil\fossil fossil diff Makefile.w32 --- Makefile.w32 +++ Makefile.w32 @@ -25,24 +25,25 @@ #for building intermediate code-generator tools. # #TCC = gcc -O6

Re: [fossil-users] makefile.w32

2009-10-19 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Sounds fine to me, while you are there, can you also change add the E = .exe suffix? one less change i have to keep locally.. I'm not familiar with that parameter. what line should change? spell it out and I'll try it tomorrow. from my mobile 434.851.1612

[fossil-users] fossil and zip files

2009-10-21 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I followed the Mac/Zip extract thread earlier so I'm curious; I can't find any feature in fossil that outputs zip files. Are we supposed to be able to get zip archives of code from the ui somewhere? Confused here. RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m)

Re: [fossil-users] fossil and zip files

2009-10-21 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Two highly skilled programmers failed to notice an important feature of fossil. This screams User Interface Problem! Does anybody have a suggested remedy? D. Richard Hipp d...@hwaci.com I think the best approach, which matches what most websites for software products do, is to have a

Re: [fossil-users] fossil and zip files

2009-10-21 Thread Wilson, Ronald
21, 2009 at 8:20 PM, Wilson, Ronald rwils...@harris.com wrote: In the fossil use-case, I suggest add a main page at the same level as Home, Files, Leaves, etc. called Download. On that page would be a list of leaves with zip download links next to them. That's not much different than now

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil under IIS7

2009-10-21 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Also, when I run the UI by calling fossil ui I get the an issue when some of the pages are not loading at all. Say, I click Admin link and it will load every other click. Sometimes it would, sometimes it won't. However, if I just refresh my browser it will serve the content immediately. Is

Re: [fossil-users] including diagrams in the Fossil wiki

2009-10-30 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Why doesn't the embeddeddoc.wiki show up in the list of all wiki pages? http://www.fossil-scm.org/index.html/wcontent RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com HARRIS CORPORATION | RF Communications Division assuredcommunications(tm)

Re: [fossil-users] including diagrams in the Fossil wiki

2009-10-30 Thread Wilson, Ronald
in the Fossil wiki On Oct 30, 2009, at 9:50 AM, Wilson, Ronald wrote: Why doesn't the embeddeddoc.wiki show up in the list of all wiki pages? http://www.fossil-scm.org/index.html/wcontent Because it isn't a wiki page. It is embedded documentation. Wiki and embedded docs may use the same

Re: [fossil-users] Different layout for fossil

2009-11-04 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Some time ago Richard ask for input on different layout for fossil. I made an attempt for a different layout.. It works in firefox. But in ie6 it is not yet perfect. Have a look at it. It is based on suckerfish css menu. Have fun Rene___

Re: [fossil-users] rss link?

2009-12-08 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Message- From: fossil-users-boun...@lists.fossil-scm.org [mailto:fossil-users- boun...@lists.fossil-scm.org] On Behalf Of Jeremy Cowgar Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2009 2:55 PM To: fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org Subject: Re: [fossil-users] rss link? Wilson, Ronald rwils...@harris.com

Re: [fossil-users] Numbered list syntax?

2009-12-08 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I like it. Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com HARRIS CORPORATION | RF Communications Division assuredcommunications(tm) -Original Message- From: fossil-users-boun...@lists.fossil-scm.org [mailto:fossil-users-

Re: [fossil-users] 3 Feature requests - globbing using therepository.

2009-12-09 Thread Wilson, Ronald
2009/12/9 Wilson, Ronald rwils...@harris.com 2) This is a bit wooly, but sometimes I'd like to be able to do something like:       fossil rm file_name.* ... when these files don't exists on disk, because I've deleted them already. So I want some way to do a delete glob on what fossil

[fossil-users] --dry-run (WAS Commit failing... retyping commit message)

2009-12-09 Thread Wilson, Ronald
One of the thinks that I most dislike of other VCS is the excess of options. Too many options means to much time reading the manuals and to much time remembering the possibilities of the tool. Fossil is very good at it. It has the minimum set of options to make the tool useful. In my

Re: [fossil-users] Commit failing... retyping commit message

2009-12-09 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I was looking into storing the commit comment in the local _FOSSIL_ database and automatically reinitializing the commit message to the old comment on the second attempt to commit after the first attempt failed. In other words, make it fully automatic. Check back tomorrow and see if I don't

Re: [fossil-users] Commit failing... retyping commit message

2009-12-09 Thread Wilson, Ronald
i apologize to all - i didn't mean to open up a can of worms. i'll wait on DRH's vote/veto, and commit (or not). If i do, i'll change it to --infile/-i unless there are strong objections. For those of you who want it now, the diff is in one of the previous posts. No apology is ever

Re: [fossil-users] Commit failing... retyping commit message

2009-12-10 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I don't care what the long name for the option is but I do think -M is a mistake. off the top of my head I can't think of any fossil parameters that are not lowercase but perhaps there is. can someone confirm that the fossil command line parameters are even case sensitive? I agree that

Re: [fossil-users] How to merge a fork with binary files?

2009-12-14 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Sorry if I make a naive remark... but in Visual Studio, afaik, the .suo files are not necessary, only the .sln ones (.dsp ... etc) which are in any case text. You are correct. The .suo files are not necessary and should not be source controlled. However, there are other binary resources that

Re: [fossil-users] How to merge a fork with binary files?

2009-12-14 Thread Wilson, Ronald
If we consider the nature of binary files for a moment we will see that it is not possible, in the generic case, to _merge_ binary files. Yes, diffs can be created and applied, but two versions cannot be merged. Consider two ZIP files (or .jar files - the same thing). If you merge any given

Re: [fossil-users] strange case-sensitivity on Windows

2009-12-17 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Hi This is fossil version [d5695157d0] 2009-11-11 16:21:19 UTC [D:\Works\xa-db]fossil revert reporting.sql revert file 'reporting.sql'? this will destroy local changes [y/N]? y D:\PROGRAMS\UTILS\FOSSIL.EXE: no history for file: reporting.sql [D:\Works\xa-db]fossil revert reporting.SQL

Re: [fossil-users] strange case-sensitivity on Windows

2009-12-17 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I was working on that earlier today. Maybe I messed something up. While out running just now, it occurred to me that we really ought to get rid of the --yes switch on revert all together and just make it do the revert without confirmation. But also make revert undoable, so if you

[fossil-users] wiki link to tip zip archive

2009-12-19 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Is there a way to create a link to the zip archive on the tip of the trunk? I want the home page for my fossil archive to have a download link, but I have to update the link after every checkin, e.g. [b31d74a27c], and then tell people to click the zip archive link. Might there at least be a

Re: [fossil-users] wiki link to tip zip archive

2009-12-19 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I got it to work like this: [/zip/myproject.zip?uuid=trunk] from my mobile 434.851.1612 On Dec 19, 2009, at 9:42 AM, D. Richard Hipp d...@hwaci.com wrote: On Dec 19, 2009, at 9:35 AM, Wilson, Ronald wrote: Is there a way to create a link to the zip archive on the tip of the trunk? I

[fossil-users] file artifact links not working

2009-12-19 Thread Wilson, Ronald
on one of my new repositories the file artifact links don't work for files with extension .zrx. these are simple windows text files. other file artifacts work fine. try it yourself here http://svn.thereverend.org:8080/ check the history of any zrx file then click the link for it's artifact

Re: [fossil-users] file artifact links not working

2009-12-19 Thread Wilson, Ronald
actually what is happening is that fossil.exe launches another fossil process to serve the artifact and that process crashes. the _in txt file has GET /artifact info but the _out txt file is null. from my mobile 434.851.1612 On Dec 19, 2009, at 7:06 PM, Wilson, Ronald rwils...@harris.com

Re: [fossil-users] Is it possible to specify committed files and the commit message via input files?

2009-12-28 Thread Wilson, Ronald
There was a recent addition to address half of your request: fossil commit -M messagefile.txt sourceFile.c The -M option will get your comment text from the file messagefile.txt. For the rest, you could use the shell to iterate through a file set. RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o)

Re: [fossil-users] Searchable Timeline

2009-12-31 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Jeremy, Thanks for the tip. I implemented your suggestion below on one of my repositories and it works great. RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com HARRIS CORPORATION | RF Communications Division assuredcommunications(tm)

Re: [fossil-users] How is 'gdiff' supposed to work?

2010-01-09 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I thought bc3 was bcomp.exe from my mobile 434.851.1612 On Jan 9, 2010, at 12:45 PM, Ron Aaron r...@ronware.org wrote: On Saturday 09 January 2010 19:18:03 Stephan Beal wrote: Make sure that kdiff3 is in your $PATH and takes 2 filename arguments. i use kompare (another kde-based diff

Re: [fossil-users] Passwords stored in cleartext in 'user' table

2010-01-10 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I agree with your conclusions. for my part I'm just glad that my password is not stored in plain text in the fossil database - especially when I don't control the repository. I know that the transmissions are no more secure than before. many people, for better or worse, reuse usernames and

Re: [fossil-users] content missing - repository jammed

2010-01-28 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Hi I'm in the process of learning fossil, and made a repository for an existing project. I used fossil add * to add the files, and the initial commit worked. However, doing fossil open gives the error: fossil: content missing for resources/Thumbs.db fossil rm

Re: [fossil-users] content missing - repository jammed

2010-01-28 Thread Wilson, Ronald
, www.harris.com On 28 January 2010 21:11, Wilson, Ronald rwils...@harris.com wrote: Hi I'm in the process of learning fossil, and made a repository for an existing project. I used fossil add * to add the files, and the initial commit worked. However, doing fossil open gives the error

Re: [fossil-users] content missing - repository jammed

2010-01-28 Thread Wilson, Ronald
-test.fossil fossil open hidden-file-test.fossil fossil add hidden_file.txt fossil add visible_file.txt fossil commit fossil close fossil open hidden-file-test.fossil fossil rm hidden_file.txt fossil close Hopefully this is helpful. On 28 January 2010 22:11, Wilson, Ronald rwils

Re: [fossil-users] Repository-dependant cookies

2010-02-01 Thread Wilson, Ronald
This is great! I wish it served a page at the root that listed all hosted repositories. Would it be a security problem to do that? RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com HARRIS CORPORATION | RF Communications Division

Re: [fossil-users] can't clone or sync from fossil directory server

2010-02-01 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I started using the latest fossil server today that serves multiple repositories in a directory. The ui for each repository is working, but I can't clone and I can't sync. For example: http://svn.thereverend.org:8080/xywinservice -- this works but this doesn't: PS C:\rev fossil

Re: [fossil-users] Removing the directory named javascript from therepo.

2010-02-04 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I don't think fossil versions directories. You have to fossil rm each file in the directory individually. RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com HARRIS CORPORATION | RF Communications Division assuredcommunications(tm)

Re: [fossil-users] Removing the directory named javascript fromtherepo.

2010-02-05 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Wilson, Ronald rwils...@harris.com wrote: I don't think fossil versions directories. You have to fossil rm each file in the directory individually. That may be true, but ou can do fossil add javascript and it will add everything under it. dir /s reports 242 files in 311 directories

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

2010-02-08 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Looks great in Google Chrome. RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com HARRIS CORPORATION | RF Communications Division assuredcommunications(tm) On Feb 8, 2010, at 1:41 PM, verizon wrote: Looking at it with Firefox 3.6 and Safari

[fossil-users] fossil diff feature request

2010-03-08 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Often I want to diff a source file that has no changes, i.e. I want to diff the last commit on that file. This requires a fossil finfo followed by fossil diff and I have to type a ten digit hex checkin id. For example: PS C:\rev\src\sqlite3 fossil finfo src/mem2.c --limit 2 History of

Re: [fossil-users] Feature request: commit a ticket

2010-03-15 Thread Wilson, Ronald
also, sometimes a single ticket requires multiple checkins over time to arrive at a fix. rw from my mobile 434.851.1612 On Mar 14, 2010, at 12:53 PM, Jeremy Cowgar jer...@cowgar.com wrote: On 3/13/2010 7:32 PM, Jacek Cała wrote: fossil commit -t ticket_id -m comment [-r resolution_type]

Re: [fossil-users] Direct URL for downloading a file from therepository via CGI interface

2010-03-20 Thread Wilson, Ronald
On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 12:31 PM, D. Richard Hipp d...@hwaci.com wrote:     http://server/repo/raw/path1/path2/file.c?name=release ... in order to download the latest version of path1/path2/file.c that appears in a check-in tagged with release.  It should, but it doesn't.  At least not

Re: [fossil-users] Building with Portable MingW

2010-03-30 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Here is my powershell script that does the build in windows: $firstArg = $args[0] function cleanPath() { [Array] $newPathArray = @() foreach ($line in $env:path.split(';')) { if ($line -match mingw -or $line -match msys) {

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil GUI for local source tree operations?

2010-03-30 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Let me know when you're done implementing tortoiseFossil. I'll donate. Seriously though, I think I remember someone saying they were working on a gui for fossil but it's been a while. RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil GUI for local source tree operations

2010-04-05 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Hence, Fossil has from the beginning supported the ability to PGP sign check-ins. The PGP signature is optional. If a check-in is signed, you know exactly who originally made that check-in. In situations where it matters, simply assume that an unsigned check-in is malicious and avoid using

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil GUI for local source tree operations

2010-04-05 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Is there a way yet to require a GPG signature for all checkins? No, not yet. There are two things that could be done here. (1) Require all check- ins to be signed in the client software. Of course, a hacker could easily defeat such a system, so it is really only to prevent honest

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil GUI for local source tree operations

2010-04-05 Thread Wilson, Ronald
The philosophy of DVCS (or least of Fossil) is that you don't reject unsigned or mis-signed check-ins. You merely tag those check-ins as such and make users aware of their questionable status. Fossil strives to provide an audit trail, not policy enforcement. D. Richard Hipp

Re: [fossil-users] three-way merge

2010-04-12 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Hello, is there some way to use vimdiff or a gui tool like meld for merging? I always end up with the automerged file after update that I have to edit by hand and that easily becomes messy on bigger changes. I am used to perforce 3-way merge or the .THIS, .OTHER, .BASE files in bazaar. The

Re: [fossil-users] three-way merge

2010-04-13 Thread Wilson, Ronald
http://www.scootersoftware.com/download.php Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com HARRIS CORPORATION | RF Communications Division assuredcommunications(tm) -Original Message- From: fossil-users-boun...@lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] three-way merge

2010-04-13 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Or would it be sufficient for Fossil to merely retain the three input files to the merge using some suffix when there is a conflict: problem.c~BASE problem.c~OTHER problem.c~THIS Fossil would still writes its output (contain the CONFLICT marks that people don't like)

[fossil-users] fossil extras not working on fossil 11b3f31de9

2010-05-12 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I get this syntax error after building fossil from the latest trunk code: PS C:\rev\src\telnetproxy fossil extras c:\rev\bin\fossil.exe: SQLITE_ERROR: near ,: syntax error c:\rev\bin\fossil.exe: near ,: syntax error SELECT x FROM sfile WHERE x NOT GLOB

Re: [fossil-users] fossil extras not working on fossil 11b3f31de9

2010-05-12 Thread Wilson, Ronald
PS C:\rev\src\telnetproxy fossil extras c:\rev\bin\fossil.exe: SQLITE_ERROR: near ,: syntax error c:\rev\bin\fossil.exe: near ,: syntax error SELECT x FROM sfile WHERE x NOT GLOB ('manifest','manifest.uuid','_FOSSIL_','_FOSSIL_-journal','.fos','.fos- journal'); AND NOT 0 ORDER BY 1 It

Re: [fossil-users] how do i move a previous checkin to a branch?

2010-05-28 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Go to the page that describes the check-in that you want to be the start of a new branch.  For example:    http://www.fossil-scm.org/fossil/info/cb44f7dea4 Click on the edit link to the far right of Other Links.  On the edit page, click the checkbox beside the phrase: Make this check-in the

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil gpl vs. bsd version

2010-05-28 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Comparing the bsd (trunk branch) vs. gpl (gpl branch) shows these differences: BSD Version (trunk branch) -- cgi.c: appears to have memory leaks when calling cgi_rfc822_datestamp. The gpl version frees the result, the bsd version doesn't. checkin.c: the

[fossil-users] bad object id: 0

2010-05-28 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Has anyone seen this one before? PS C:\rev\src\rpw.simplesocket fossil update Autosync: http://r...@svn.thereverend.org:8080/SimpleSocket/ Bytes Cards Artifacts Deltas Send: 130 1 0 0 Received: 368 8 0

Re: [fossil-users] bad object id: 0

2010-05-28 Thread Wilson, Ronald
The fossil update command tries to update to the latest descendant of the current check-out.  But there is a bug somewhere, and sometimes it can't find the latest descendant. Work around the problem by typing: fossil update trunk - D. Richard Hipp

Re: [fossil-users] ancestor check-in is younger

2010-07-01 Thread Wilson, Ronald
You can do fossil ui, select the checkin with wrong date and edit the date to approximate correct value. - Altu Thanks! That was easy. RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com HARRIS CORPORATION | RF Communications Division

[fossil-users] bug in fossil version [ac8c21b986] 2010-09-02 10:28:21 UTC

2010-09-02 Thread Wilson, Ronald
In the latest snapshot build of fossil, I get problems with URLs in autosync: PS C:\rev\src\capstray fossil ver This is fossil version [ac8c21b986] 2010-09-02 10:28:21 UTC PS C:\rev\src\capstray fossil update trunk Autosync: http://rev:password%40svn.thereverend.org%3A8080/capstray

Re: [fossil-users] bug in fossil version [ac8c21b986] 2010-09-02 10:28:21 UTC

2010-09-02 Thread Wilson, Ronald
In the latest snapshot build of fossil, I get problems with URLs in autosync: PS C:\rev\src\capstray fossil ver This is fossil version [ac8c21b986] 2010-09-02 10:28:21 UTC PS C:\rev\src\capstray fossil update trunk Autosync: http://rev:password%40svn.thereverend.org%3A8080/capstray

Re: [fossil-users] bug in fossil version [ac8c21b986] 2010-09-02 10:28:21 UTC

2010-09-02 Thread Wilson, Ronald
in fossil version [ac8c21b986] 2010-09-02 10:28:21 UTC On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 7:35 PM, Wilson, Ronald rwils...@harris.commailto:rwils...@harris.com wrote: In the latest snapshot build of fossil, I get problems with URLs in autosync: PS C:\rev\src\capstray fossil ver This is fossil version

Re: [fossil-users] bug in fossil version [ac8c21b986] 2010-09-02 10:28:21 UTC

2010-09-03 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I'm using that patch. Sorry. Looks like I fixed one problem and introduced two or three more. Another patch is up. Please let me know if you can find anything wrong with http://www.fossil-scm.org/fossil/ci/7aae4ef068 Note that you can type: fossil test-url

[fossil-users] bug in fossil mv

2010-10-06 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Fossil undo doesn't work after a mv operation. Also, I'm unable to move the file back up the source tree because fossil thinks the path is outside of the checkout tree. I tried several variations. Here is my repro: PS C:\rev\src\test fossil ver This is fossil version [7aae4ef068] 2010-09-03

[fossil-users] user capabilities - ui improvements?

2010-10-20 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I'd like to make some observations of and suggestions for improving the ui admin of users. The User List screen is very clear; the notes with each capability as a letter spelled out is very neat and usable. However, when you click on a specific user, e.g. anonymous, the capabilities selection

Re: [fossil-users] user capabilities - ui improvements?

2010-10-20 Thread Wilson, Ronald
these two separated options? They really confuse my co-workers and myself Ramon Ribó 2010/10/20 Wilson, Ronald rwils...@harris.com I'd like to make some observations of and suggestions for improving the ui admin of users. The User List screen is very clear; the notes

Re: [fossil-users] Merge conflict notation

2010-12-15 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Sometimes I wish the conflict notation was something like: #error BEGIN MERGE CONFLICT Instead of BEGIN MERGE CONFLICT But I know that would only work in C/C++/C#. I just wish there was some way that the compiler could tell me about the merge conflict more clearly instead of hunting for a

Re: [fossil-users] Errors during compile in Windows 7 x64

2011-01-03 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Windows users - please try this on your machines and let me know if you have problems.  Thanks everyone for your help in fixing this problem. Makefile.mingw Works for me in Win7+MSYS+MINGW. I think it will be very difficult to make a VS2008 or VS2010 solution that will do the build in the

[fossil-users] fossil ignore-glob bug?

2011-03-21 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I have been using the ignore-glob feature for a while now, but it doesn't seem to be working for some of the files that I think should be covered by the glob. As you can see, the *.suo and *.ncb files in the project root are properly ignored in fossil changes (and fossil clean) but the

Re: [fossil-users] fossil ignore-glob bug?

2011-03-22 Thread Wilson, Ronald
I think you need */eur_usd*.sqlite instead of just eur_usd*.sqlite That works. Thanks. Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org

[fossil-users] sqlite.org skin

2011-04-04 Thread Wilson, Ronald
What skin is the sqlite.org fossil repository using? It is not in the default skins that come with fossil. Is it published somewhere? RW Ron Wilson, Engineering Project Lead (o) 434.455.6453, (m) 434.851.1612, www.harris.com ___ fossil-users

Re: [fossil-users] sqlite.org skin

2011-04-05 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Published? If you clone the fossil repository and then do fossil config export skin sqlite-skin.txt -R sqlite.fossil you'll have the complete skin-spec in the file sqlite-skin.txt. You can then import it into whatever you want using fossil config import sqlite-skin.txt -R myrepo.fossil. My

[fossil-users] crnl-setting bug

2011-04-07 Thread Wilson, Ronald
crnl-globA comma-separated list of GLOB patterns for text files in which it is ok to have CR+NL line endings. Set to * to disable CR+NL checking. I'm unable to set crnl-glob to * in windows, per the documentation. I'm using powershell in

Re: [fossil-users] crnl-setting bug

2011-04-07 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Of Konstantin Khomoutov Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2011 11:25 AM To: fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org Subject: Re: [fossil-users] crnl-setting bug On Thu, 7 Apr 2011 10:04:22 -0400 Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 9:37 AM, Wilson, Ronald rwils...@harris.com wrote

Re: [fossil-users] crnl-setting bug

2011-04-07 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Confirmed. Single quotes work on Win7. Actually, single quotes don't work either because the single quotes get preserved in fossil: PS C:\rev\src\fossil cmd Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002] Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\rev\src\fossilfossil setting

Re: [fossil-users] CRLF conversion on windows

2011-04-07 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Basically, Unix won. I think Windows is the last system maintaining backwards compatibility to systems that predate the rise of Unix. Pretty much everything else either was designed with the Unix model in mind, or converted to it somewhere along the way. How is abandoning backwards

Re: [fossil-users] crnl-setting bug

2011-04-07 Thread Wilson, Ronald
fossil add *.txt Bill On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 3:50 PM, Scott Robison mailto:sc...@scottrobison.ussc...@scottrobison.usmailto:sc...@scottrobison.us wrote: On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 2:44 PM, Wilson, Ronald mailto:rwils...@harris.comrwils...@harris.commailto:rwils...@harris.com wrote: Confirmed

Re: [fossil-users] Error with compiling Fossil on Windows 7 x64

2011-04-08 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Is anyone else compiling Fossil on Win7 x64 getting the following error? $ make -f win/Makefile.mingw gcc -o wbld/translate src/translate.c wbld\\translate.exe src/add.c wbld/add_.c /bin/sh: wbldtranslate.exe: command not found make: *** [wbld/add_.c] Error 127 My build script uses

Re: [fossil-users] some scripts I use to make life easier

2011-07-21 Thread Wilson, Ronald
Thanks for sharing! I'll share a couple of mine: rfossil.cmd I use this simple batch script when I want to perform a fossil operation on several checkouts at once. Normally, I keep all my checkouts as children of a single folder; from that parent folder you can execute rfossil rebuild or