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Re: 0.6.0 installation

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: 0.6.0 installation
Date: Sun, 06 Jul 2008 10:10:34 -0700
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I'd just go ahead and push it to a branch.  Branches are cheap.
Just do something like:

        git push origin <localbranchname>:refs/heads/<savannahbranchname>

with appropriate substitutions of course.  (If the
<localbranchname> branch is currently checked out then you can
just write HEAD in place of it to save thinking time.)

John Darrington <address@hidden> writes:

> Moving to pspp-dev:
> I've noticed this problem too.  But I've got a biggish patch which
> fixes it and a lot of other things.  But that patch is not yet ready
> for human consumption.   Maybe it could be committed into an
> experimental branch if when we've decided how we're going to manage
> branching in the new git repository.
> J'
> On Sat, Jul 05, 2008 at 02:59:27PM -0700, Ben Pfaff wrote:
>      > Worked like a charm! Pretty impressed with what I see so far. Thank 
> you so
>      > very much. This message popped up after I ran this program in the 
> terminal.
>      > Not sure what it mean but I have been able to seemingly do everything 
> in the
>      > program so I'm not so sure I need to worry about. I need to ask about
>      > graphing but I suppose I'll start a new thread. Thanks again!
>      >
>      > ** (psppire:6253): CRITICAL **: psppire_data_store_set_string: 
> assertion
>      > `pv' failed
>      >
>      > ** (psppire:6253): CRITICAL **: psppire_data_store_set_string: 
> assertion
>      > `pv' failed
>      Hi Sam.  I know it's been quite a while since you passed along
>      this information, but: if you can suggest a way to reproduce
>      these messages, then I'd like to fix the problem.  Thanks!
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