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Re: cvs problems on 1998 Sep 7 current
- To: tech_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: cvs problems on 1998 Sep 7 current
- From: "William Allen Simpson" <wsimpson_(_at_)_greendragon_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Thu, 10 Sep 98 09:18:35 GMT
- Delivery-date: Thu Sep 10 02:48:55 1998
> From: Artur Grabowski <art_(_at_)_stacken_(_dot_)_kth_(_dot_)_se>
> "William Allen Simpson" <wsimpson_(_at_)_greendragon_(_dot_)_com> writes:
> > A number of files are still hanging around here, but have been lost in
> > the cvs tree:
> > ? kerberosIV/kadm/kadm_err.h
> > ? kerberosIV/kadm/kadm_err.c
> > ? kerberosIV/krb/krb_err.h
> > ? kerberosIV/krb/krb_err.c
> Automagically generated files. They are removed in a "make clean"
> > ? usr.bin/audioctl/audioctl
> > ? usr.bin/audioctl/audioctl.cat1
> > ? usr.bin/mixerctl/mixerctl
> > ? usr.bin/mixerctl/mixerctl.cat1
> Same here. You forgot "make obj" || "make clean"
I was unaware that "make clean" should be run _before_ "cvs up -PAd".
Please tell me where this is documented?
Moreover, that would be highly undesirable, as it would require
recompilation of every program anytime that an update was desired.
> > ? gnu/usr.sbin/e2fsprogs/lib/et/diff3.core
> > ? gnu/usr.sbin/e2fsprogs/lib/ss/diff3.core
> That's core files. Your diff3 is broken.
They were generated when the segment faults occured?
Didn't you notice that I included lines with the segment faults?
The diff3 I am running is the diff3 that results from compiling current.
Why is it segment faulting?
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