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Re: cvs problems on 1998 Sep 7 current
> From: Artur Grabowski <email@example.com>
> No, the problem is that you have forgot to do a "make obj" and those files
> were created in your source tree instead of your obj tree. cvs doesn't know
> anything about those files, that's why it writes ? before them.
I did not at any time forget to do a "make obj". So far, this is only
the second time that I have updated and compiled the entire tree, as I
mentioned in the first message. You saw a flurry of messages then (just
over a month ago), too.
The files may have been left over from that previous compile, it is
impossible for me to know, they do not end with .o, and they were not
inserted into obj. I note that a large number of changes have been made
recently to kerberos. Perhaps it was a bug in the makefile that has
been corrected. We'll see next month.
> > Why is it segment faulting?
> If I knew why, it wouldn't do it. But noone else has this problem, so my
> guess would be that you had bad luck when compiling your diff3, or something
> else was broken.
Well, it was repeatable. Unfortunately, I have since rm'd the whole
subdirectory as suggested yesterday, and "cvs up -PAd ." in src/gnu did
not restore the subdirectory, so I presume that is all gone now. An
abortion from someone's botched commit?
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