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Re: [Adrian Aichner <address@hidden>] Re: PCL-CVS shows Parser Errors in

From: Adrian Aichner
Subject: Re: [Adrian Aichner <address@hidden>] Re: PCL-CVS shows Parser Errors in *cvs* buffer
Date: 24 Jan 2002 22:05:15 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.0808 (Gnus v5.8.8) XEmacs/21.4 (Common Lisp (Windows))

>>>>> "Larry" == Larry Jones <larry.jones@sdrc.com> writes:

    Larry> Adrian Aichner writes:
    >> Could you please comment why output from CVS sometimes uses 73
    >> character =-separator lines while sometimes only 67 of them are used?

    Larry> Which output?  Different things use different separators.
    Larry> Looking at the message thread, it looks like you're
    Larry> specifically referring to ``cvs status'' output, which
    Larry> always uses 67 character separators; the 73 character case
    Larry> "can't happen" (but apparently does).  I can only assume

Hello Larry, thanks for spending your time on this!

    Larry> that something funky is going on, either in the CVS server
    Larry> or in the transport channel.  Do you have a server where
    Larry> you can reliably reproduce the problem?

The latter is the case as tracked down by Jarl Friis.

cvs itself is not the cause of this problem.

We will try to come up with a solution for XEmacs package pcl-cvs and
forward any patches to the upstream maintainer, Stefan Monnier.

Stefan, perhaps you even beat us in coming up with a fix for the
problem or has it never shown up in GNU Emacs?

Thanks again,


    Larry> -Larry Jones

    Larry> I must have been delirious from having so much fun. -- Calvin

Adrian Aichner

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