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[Cvs-cvs] Changes to ccvs/os2/README [cvs1-11-x-branch]

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: [Cvs-cvs] Changes to ccvs/os2/README [cvs1-11-x-branch]
Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2005 08:37:26 -0400

Index: ccvs/os2/README
diff -u /dev/null ccvs/os2/README:
--- /dev/null   Thu Sep  1 12:37:26 2005
+++ ccvs/os2/README     Thu Sep  1 12:37:25 2005
@@ -0,0 +1,50 @@
+        This port requires IBM C/C++ and the IBM TCPIP library.  It
+has probably only been tested with the CVS client.  Local CVS might or
+might not work, and the server would definitely not work.  You'll need
+to edit the makefile to reflect your system's paths (unless you're our
+customer for this port, in which case the paths are correct because we
+did the port on your machine. :-) ).  You also may need to comment out
+the "Makefile" rule in emx/Makefile to avoid a complaint about
+../config.status not existing.  You also might need to edit srcdir to
+be "." and top_srcdir to be "..".
+        That should be all -- edit the makefile, do "make" and get
+os2\cvs.exe.  Assuming you have edited the `install_dir' variable in
+the Makefile, you may type "make install-cvs" to put cvs.exe in the
+right place.
+        If the makefile has linefeeds only at the end of lines, make
+(at least the port of GNU make that I have) will interpret it
+differently.  This is (IMHO) a bizarre behavior, but you need to
+convert the linefeeds to CRLF pairs (editing the file with an editor
+such as emacs will generally do this).
+        There are two compiler warnings in os2/popen.c which we haven't
+figured out the cause of.  Other than that there probably aren't a whole
+lot of warnings (but there might be a few).
+Report bugs to <address@hidden>.
+Some notes on the watcom port:
+You need the OS/2 TCPIP developers toolkit to translate the sources.
+This is not as bad as it sounds, since the toolkit is on your OS/2
+To compile the sources, enter
+        wmake -f watcom.mak
+at the OS/2 prompt.
+The executable created by the watcom compiler does *not* need a runtime
+        Uz      (address@hidden)
+Original port in 1995 by Karl Fogel <address@hidden>.

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