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Re: Annotate of Log output wrong

From: Todd Denniston
Subject: Re: Annotate of Log output wrong
Date: Wed, 08 Dec 2004 10:12:38 -0500

Hugh Gibson wrote:
> Thanks for your detailed reply, Todd.
> > I think that you will need to delete the first two lines for it to work
> > on an MS system.
> Yes, that's effectively what I did.
> > After deleting them I think that the ms system will queue off of the .pl
> > extension and send the script to the perl interpreter and it should just
> > work.
> It did - up to a point. As I said, it locked up after getting the cvs log.
> I expect it was at the point of analysing all the log data and trying to
> find checkins that matched time-wise. But there was no CPU activity on the
> process, so it appears to have just hung.
> Hugh
do you get any different response when you run it like
perl cvs2cl
and which version (and maker [activestate??]) of perl.  

Also which version of WinCvs or CVSNT are you running on the 2k box?

Ugh I love MS's 'were almost POSIX' implementation, it makes things SOO

I also noticed there may be a that comes with CVSNT, no clue if 1)
it does the same thing as, or 2) comes with a python engine to run

CygWin MIGHT be easier at this point.

Wouldn't happen to have a unix box, or knopix disk, handy so you could try
the script out? :)

Todd Denniston
Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC Crane) 
Harnessing the Power of Technology for the Warfighter

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