Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-26 Thread Jan Nijtmans
2013/7/26 Warren Young war...@etr-usa.com: db.c, db_open(): Wrong. Fix or remove. First, hard-coding a conversion to /cygdrive/%c/%s will break if the user has changed the cygdrive mount point in /etc/fstab. This is more common than you may realize. If you mount cygdrive at the root, you

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-26 Thread Warren Young
On 7/26/2013 01:15, Jan Nijtmans wrote: For your other remarks, I suggest that you become a fossil code committer. I've yet to step beyond evaluating Fossil for use here. I like its features and how it works, but I think I'm going to be forced to use git for interoperability reasons.

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Jan Nijtmans
2013/7/24 Warren Young war...@etr-usa.com: The bundled SQLite is almost certainly broken with that patch because it probably isn't using the Cygwin 1.7.20+ F_LCK_MANDATORY feature, so it won't cooperate properly with any program based on native Windows SQLite. Agreed. It was just an experiment.

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Richard Hipp
Native, pure-blooded windows binaries run just fine on cygwin, right? So why are we complicating the code with exceptions, special cases, and hacks for cygwin? -- D. Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org ___ fossil-users mailing list

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Jan Nijtmans
2013/7/25 Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org: Native, pure-blooded windows binaries run just fine on cygwin, right? So why are we complicating the code with exceptions, special cases, and hacks for cygwin? There are three things that a windows fossil binary can never do in the Cygwin environment:

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Martin Gagnon
Le 2013-07-25 06:43, Jan Nijtmans a écrit : 2013/7/25 Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org: Native, pure-blooded windows binaries run just fine on cygwin, right? So why are we complicating the code with exceptions, special cases, and hacks for cygwin? There are three things that a windows

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Lluís Batlle i Rossell
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 07:44:16AM -0400, Martin Gagnon wrote: Le 2013-07-25 06:43, Jan Nijtmans a écrit : 2013/7/25 Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org: Native, pure-blooded windows binaries run just fine on cygwin, right? So why are we complicating the code with exceptions, special cases, and

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Richard Hipp
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 7:44 AM, Martin Gagnon eme...@gmail.com wrote: In Theory, fossil should build and work on fossil like on any other unix like Operating system (like linux/*bsd etc..) That's what cygwin is for. grep tells me that there are 33 instances of the __CYGWIN__ macro in

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Lluís Batlle i Rossell
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 07:59:38AM -0400, Richard Hipp wrote: On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 7:44 AM, Martin Gagnon eme...@gmail.com wrote: In Theory, fossil should build and work on fossil like on any other unix like Operating system (like linux/*bsd etc..) That's what cygwin is for. grep

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Richard Hipp
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 8:05 AM, Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.namewrote: On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 07:59:38AM -0400, Richard Hipp wrote: On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 7:44 AM, Martin Gagnon eme...@gmail.com wrote: In Theory, fossil should build and work on fossil like on any other unix

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Jan Danielsson
On 7/25/13 2:05 PM, Lluís Batlle i Rossell wrote: [---] grep tells me that there are 33 instances of the __CYGWIN__ macro in Fossil, in 8 different files. So if you use sed to change them all to __CYGWIN_OFF_ (or something else harmless) and then do ./configure; make, does it work? (I don't

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Jan Danielsson
On 7/25/13 2:10 PM, Richard Hipp wrote: Move to banish __CYGWIN__ from both Fossil and SQLite sources. Do I have a second? Seconded. /Jan ___ fossil-users mailing list fossil-users@lists.fossil-scm.org

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Jan Nijtmans
2013/7/25 Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org: If it does work, then I move for the immediate banishment of all __CYGWIN__ macros. Doing that will break four things: - Accessing a check-out repository on Cygwin, while the previous check-out was done in win32. - Allow usage of win32 paths (possibly

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Lluís Batlle i Rossell
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 03:46:21PM +0200, Jan Nijtmans wrote: 2013/7/25 Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org: If it does work, then I move for the immediate banishment of all __CYGWIN__ macros. Doing that will break four things: - Accessing a check-out repository on Cygwin, while the previous

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Warren Young
On 7/25/2013 06:24, Jan Danielsson wrote: So .. we used the __CYGWIN__ macro to explicitly break fossil on cygwin? That seems unnecessarily creative to me. It is well known that the creators of Cygwin do this sort of thing because They're Just Mean. Maybe Fossil's creators are the same

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Martin Gagnon
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 02:42:23PM -0600, Warren Young wrote: On 7/25/2013 06:24, Jan Danielsson wrote: So .. we used the __CYGWIN__ macro to explicitly break fossil on cygwin? That seems unnecessarily creative to me. It is well known that the creators of Cygwin do this sort of thing

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Warren Young
On 7/25/2013 07:46, Jan Nijtmans wrote: 2013/7/25 Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org: If it does work, then I move for the immediate banishment of all __CYGWIN__ macros. Doing that will break four things: - Accessing a check-out repository on Cygwin, while the previous check-out was done in

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Joe Mistachkin
Warren Young wrote: I'm up for some spelunking. Let's go: What about all the __CYGWIN__ blocks in the following files? 1. add.c 2. blob.c 3. checkin.c 4. db.c 5. file.c 6. utf8.c Frankly, I'm not convinced of how many of these are actually necessary. -- Joe Mistachkin

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Warren Young
On 7/25/2013 04:29, Richard Hipp wrote: Native, pure-blooded windows binaries run just fine on cygwin, right? Mostly, yes. There are exceptions. The Windows console infrastructure isn't as general and as easy to hook into a the Unix TTY equivalent, so there are programs that only work

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Warren Young
On 7/25/2013 16:03, Joe Mistachkin wrote: Warren Young wrote: I'm up for some spelunking. Let's go: What about all the __CYGWIN__ blocks in the following files? I guess they already got taken out of the trunk. I did my spelunking in a current pull of the tree. That explains why

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Joe Mistachkin
Warren Young wrote: I guess they already got taken out of the trunk. I did my spelunking in a current pull of the tree. I'm simply searching trunk for __CYGWIN__. -- Joe Mistachkin ___ fossil-users mailing list

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Warren Young
On 7/25/2013 16:52, Joe Mistachkin wrote: Warren Young wrote: I guess they already got taken out of the trunk. I did my spelunking in a current pull of the tree. I'm simply searching trunk for __CYGWIN__. I was stuck on a branch from February. wince Now that I'm actually looking at the

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Warren Young
On 7/24/2013 05:06, Warren Young wrote: On 7/24/2013 02:33, Jan Nijtmans wrote: Just wait on the Cygwin64 people to bring out a new Sqlite package with the same fixes already done in Cygwin32. Um, it's the same people. Me. :) Oh, I see what you mean. I forgot that I didn't release

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-25 Thread Warren Young
Some of what I wrote was based on wrong assumptions due to being stuck here on a February branch of Fossil's repo. Now that I've looked at the __CYGWIN__ blocks in an up-to-date Fossil trunk, I understand your post better, Jan. Updated commentary inline below. On 7/25/2013 15:59, Warren

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Lluís Batlle i Rossell
Great! Very informative. Thank you. Do you happen to know if I can build and run programs for cygwin32, in a cygwin64 installation? or I should run two cygwin setups in orthogonally, 32 and 64? On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 10:33:38AM +0200, Jan Nijtmans wrote: On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 09:21:57PM

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Jan Nijtmans
2013/7/24 Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.name: Do you happen to know if I can build and run programs for cygwin32, in a cygwin64 installation? or I should run two cygwin setups in orthogonally, 32 and 64? I would recommend to compile fossil using: make -f win/Makefile.mingw

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Lluís Batlle i Rossell
On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 11:16:19AM +0200, Jan Nijtmans wrote: 2013/7/24 Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.name: Do you happen to know if I can build and run programs for cygwin32, in a cygwin64 installation? or I should run two cygwin setups in orthogonally, 32 and 64? I would

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Jan Nijtmans
2013/7/24 Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.name: I think our main usage for a cygwin fossil is that we develop using a cygwin terminal with bash and vim. And we want fossil to spawn vim properly on commit. That should work, only you should do something like: export

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Lluís Batlle i Rossell
On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 11:53:02AM +0200, Jan Nijtmans wrote: 2013/7/24 Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.name: I think our main usage for a cygwin fossil is that we develop using a cygwin terminal with bash and vim. And we want fossil to spawn vim properly on commit. That should work,

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Lluís Batlle i Rossell
On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 11:53:02AM +0200, Jan Nijtmans wrote: 2013/7/24 Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.name: I think our main usage for a cygwin fossil is that we develop using a cygwin terminal with bash and vim. And we want fossil to spawn vim properly on commit. That should work,

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Warren Young
On 7/24/2013 02:33, Jan Nijtmans wrote: SQLITE_CANTOPEN: os_win.c:34063: (3) winOpen(/var/tmp/etilqs_FoaHNBQa56cVGrh\etilqs_PXfZEjH5dBl8Cm5) - The system cannot find the path specified. I'm not sure whether this is a SQLite 3.7.17 thing or if it is due to one of the build option changes

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Jan Nijtmans
2013/7/24 Warren Young war...@etr-usa.com Just wait on the Cygwin64 people to bring out a new Sqlite package with the same fixes already done in Cygwin32. Um, it's the same people. Me. :) Both packages are generated from the same source, with the same build options. If they behave

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Martin Gagnon
Le 24 juil. 2013 06:06, Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.name a écrit : On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 11:53:02AM +0200, Jan Nijtmans wrote: 2013/7/24 Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.name: I think our main usage for a cygwin fossil is that we develop using a cygwin terminal with bash and

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-24 Thread Warren Young
On 7/24/2013 05:30, Jan Nijtmans wrote: It looks like SQLite is doing something wrong here: http://www.fossil-scm.org/index.html/info/b88edfefbb That patch is fine on Cygwin as long as you build Fossil with the external SQLite, rather than the bundled SQLite. The bundled SQLite is

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-22 Thread Stephan Beal
On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 9:21 PM, Lluís Batlle i Rossell vi...@viric.namewrote: I've been using happily fossil in cygwin 32-bit since years, and only today I tried this cygwin64 (completely new for me). Has anyone tried it? Maybe I am doing something very wrong. Speculation: i _suspect_

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil on cygwin64

2013-07-22 Thread Martin Gagnon
On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 09:21:57PM +0200, Lluís Batlle i Rossell wrote: Hello, today I built fossil on cygwin64, and it built but it didn't work. Cloning, a line in os_win.c complained about not having permission to create a file (a tmp file with some kind of random string) in