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Re: Error compiling cvs on OpenVMS Alpha

From: Michael Lemke
Subject: Re: Error compiling cvs on OpenVMS Alpha
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 23:01:12 +0200
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As promised, attached is a patch against tag cvs1-12-5 from the ccvs repository. It isn't pretty, just to get to work (with DEC C V5.7-004 on OpenVMS Alpha V7.2-1). I've always meant to clean it up and submit it but maybe now someone else can do it?

It works as a client (pserver) on an ODS-2 disk. It does checkouts on ODS-5 I believe but it doesn't take advantage of the case preservation. 1.12.5 is pre the latest case preserving changes. Presumably the latest versions can be much better here. It also doesn't deal well with filenames illegal on VMS like and it likes to create new versions on update
(also in [.CVS]).


On Thu, 29 Apr 2004 16:43:31 +0200, Lemke, Michael  IZ/HZA-IOP wrote:

I've got one working (1.12.oldish), client that is.  There is
more to it than just fnmatch.h .  I'll have a look tonight.


-----Original Message-----
From: Martin.Evans
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 3:28 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: Error compiling cvs on OpenVMS Alpha

Can anyone help me with VMS?

I Have Compaq C V6.2-003 on OpenVMS Alpha V7.2-1

CVS version 1.11.55

fnmatch.h is not on my system so compile is complaining.



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