Subject: Re: AW nightly patch doesn't include some new files
From: Martin Sevior (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 23 2000 - 18:56:43 CDT
On Mon, 23 Oct 2000, Vlad Harchev wrote:
> On Mon, 16 Oct 2000, sam th wrote:
> Hi Sam,
> Thank you for your efforts, but no, it wasn't completely fixed unfortunately.
> The patch headers 'patch' sees are like the following for all files added
> between releases:
> Index: make_epses.sh
> RCS file: make_epses.sh
> diff -N make_epses.sh
> --- /dev/null Thu May 25 10:36:32 2000
> +++ /tmp/cvss0Ac2L Sat Oct 21 05:09:29 2000
> Thus when applying this patch 'patch' creates file /tmp/cvss0Ac2L instead of
> So, it's a pain to apply them (need some script to rename files properly
> after creation).
> So, could you please fix this?
> As for me, I would prefer a diff between vanilla 0.7.11 and AW just checked
> from CVS with all auxilary CVS files included - so script should extract
> archives of fresh 0.7.11, check out 0.7.11-HEAD and run 'diff -ruN' between
> these two directories. This way I will be able to get an updatebale CVS
> snapshot for free.
> I've just prepared to hack agressively, but found that there is nothing to
> hack :(
I've made diff -Naur between abi-0.7.11 and wv-0.7.11 and freshly
checked out abi and wv.
I put these on my anonymous ftp server. You can download them at:
Even gzipped these patches weigh in at 333 kbytes and 83 kbytes
respectively so I can't email them to you.
If other CVS challenged developers need special help please let me know.
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