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Re: patch: trailing slash messes up export

From: miles zarathustra
Subject: Re: patch: trailing slash messes up export
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 18:11:25 -0700

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> What system are you on?

SuSE Linux (8.0 plus updates), bash; I forget which glibc, and that machine
is switched off currently, but I can check if it's important (which it very
well could be!).  Let me know of any other version numbers you need (kernel
2.4.x, I think).  The processer speed is 500mhz, 256megs RAM.  Out of date,
I know ... 'starving musician' thing combined with the 'economic downturn'

If you're testing with Unix (rather than Windows) the only version issue I
can think of that might be a problem is glibc, since it definitely has some
squirrely differences between versions (as many java programmers have

> I really can't duplicate this problem, though I
> can find other problems when there is a slash on the end of cvsroot.

>  Are you sure that your sql directory didn't already exist with a CVS
> subdir already?

Yes, positive.  I tried it twice, and did an `rm -r` of the sql directory in
between, and an ls to be really sure it was gone.

Let me know if you need anything else...


  -= miles =-

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