Re: 4.4BSD chflags support for rsync

2002-04-26 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Fri, Apr 26, 2002 at 03:11:59AM +0200, Rolf Grossmann wrote: Hi Dave, on Thu, 25 Apr 2002 15:52:56 -0500 Dave Dykstra wrote concerning Re: 4.4BSD chflags support for rsync something like this: I think the --flags patch is probably fine, except that that the short description should

Re: 4.4BSD chflags support for rsync

2002-04-25 Thread Dave Dykstra
Dave Dykstra wrote concerning Re: 4.4BSD chflags support for rsync something like this: New options are usually handled by just letting the remote side fail when it doesn't understand the option, as you're doing. Perhaps you just shouldn't include it with -a. Ok, changed that. I also

Re: 4.4BSD chflags support for rsync

2002-04-25 Thread Rolf Grossmann
Hi Dave, on Thu, 25 Apr 2002 15:52:56 -0500 Dave Dykstra wrote concerning Re: 4.4BSD chflags support for rsync something like this: I think the --flags patch is probably fine, except that that the short description should at least say preserve file flags instead of just preserve flags since

Re: 4.4BSD chflags support for rsync

2002-03-08 Thread Dave Dykstra
New options are usually handled by just letting the remote side fail when it doesn't understand the option, as you're doing. Perhaps you just shouldn't include it with -a. At a minimum, you'd need to update the rsync.yo and rsync.1 versions of the man page before it could be accepted. - Dave

4.4BSD chflags support for rsync

2002-03-01 Thread rg
Hi, I've changed rsync to support the BSD change file flags However, this raises some compatibility problems, especially when including it with the -a option If the remote host does not understand the new option for updating file flags, the user gets an error message about an unknown option How