Still got problems compiling, cvs merge got wacky?

Ralf Habacker
Sat, 16 Nov 2002 01:41:52 +0100

> On Friday 15 November 2002 05:54 pm, Ralf Habacker wrote:
> > Now I'm relativ sure, that the cygwin cvs client is broken or there are
> > problems with the cygwin1.dll.
> > The cvs client from the sourceforge shell server works well.
> >
> > Do you have any possibilites to grap the newest cvs source and to give it a
> > try ?
> I took Redhat 8.0's patch cvs source and it compiled on cygwin without a
> problem.
The cygwin cvs port is patched  (see /usr/doc/Cygwin/cvs-1.11.0.README) so I'm
not sure, if this is enough.

> Should I put the .tar.bz2 up something for people to download?
If this works true, then this seems to be a good idea. If you don't have
webspace, we can use the snapshot directory of the kde-cygwin website. If you
like this you can create a user account on sourceforge, which I will add then to
the kde-cygwin project.
Additional or as another way it seems to be good to inform the maintainer about
this issues, which is
currently Charles Wilson Bugs to the cygwin port of cvs
should go into the cygwin mailing list.

> $ cvs --version
> Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.2 (client/server)
> It still does NOT fix the conflict problem, which I think is a
> case-senstivity
> issues:
> C qt-3/doc/man/man3/qtextencoder.3qt
> cvs checkout: move away qt-3/doc/man/man3/qtextistream.3qt; it is in the way
> C qt-3/doc/man/man3/qtextistream.3qt
> cvs checkout: move away qt-3/doc/man/man3/qtextostream.3qt; it is in the way
You're right: qt 3.0.4 uses upper and lower case names and qt 3.1.0 uses only
upper case names
Any idea how to deal with this ?