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RE: A couple of changes I have made from the CVS source
Just had a tought...
doesn't CVS prune out folders with nothing in them?? You need to use cvs co
-N (surpresses the collapsing of empty directories) according to CVS :)
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From: kevin mcgowan [mailto:clunis@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, 22 April 2004 3:13 p.m.
To: Brett Lomas
Cc: 'Cosign Discussion'
Subject: Re: A couple of changes I have made from the CVS source
Strange... These problems should all be fixed. You were building CVS
head and it had these problems? The profiled thing is a fairly old bug
that should definitely be fixed in releases after 1.1.0. I just
checked out cosign from CVS and it checked out properly for me (and
We had branched for a short time so we could continue to do updates on
1.0.0 while replication was being written. Perhaps pserver has somehow
given you the head of the cosign-1-0-0-patches branch? Does the
version of the code you're working with include, for example,
Did you have any of these problems building the released 1.5.1 tarball?
On Apr 21, 2004, at 9:10 PM, Brett Lomas wrote:
> Hi all,
> During my UoA customisations I have had to make the following changes
> to the source from CVS (I got it on 21/04/04) that I thought you might
> want to know:
> * created libsnet/profiled directory - make failed when it didn't
> * added include for sys/params.h in filters/apache/connect.c for
> * added libcgi/profiled directory ? make failed when it didn?t exist.
> I am not sure what the profiled is for? as the Makefile seems to
> suggest they are exactly the same as the un-profiled??
> Brett Lomas
> Integration Architect
> Information Technology Systems and Services
> The University of Auckland
> New Zealand
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