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Re: bug in my view: temp directory hard-coded in cvs binary comes from t
Derek Robert Price
Re: bug in my view: temp directory hard-coded in cvs binary comes from the user that built the exe
Tue, 06 Apr 2004 11:51:25 -0400
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Ruben Diez wrote:
>There's no mention there of any hard-coded directories in the CVS
>that were grabbed from the environment of the user that built the
>(/home/rdiez/temp in my case), which is in itself a bug in the manual
>(although it's mentioned somewhere else).
>I think CVS should not have any hard-coded temp directories inside. It
>should just do what the manual says in that section.
Ah, I see what you mean. /tmp is hardcoded too, so I was unsure what
you were getting at.
I think the assumption in the configure script was that if
TMP/TMPDIR/TEMP was already set in the build environment then it was
probably appropriate for the system the executable was being built on.
Do others agree this is a poor assumption?
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