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Re: patch: trailing slash messes up export


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: patch: trailing slash messes up export
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2003 09:47:53 -0400
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miles zarathustra wrote:

Larry meant to say, "Thanks!  Keep sending patches!"  :)


Good to see you're so responsive (other open-source projects are not,
always) ... I haven't had any other need to patch cvs, so it must be
perfect, other than the one little thing.  ;->

Sounds like you've got it much better under control than I do.  Thanks for
the good work, and the great application.


Can you send a few commands duplicating the problem that caused you to report this in the first place? Removing the "/"s from CVSROOTs shouldn't hurt, but I tried your export command as described with 1.12.1 and had no problems.

[root.c]
* NOTES
*      This would have been a lot easier to write in Perl.
<<

LOL!

Heh, well:

($dummy, $method, $dummy, $username, $dummy, $password, $dummy, $hostname, $dummy, $port, $directory) = $cvsroot =~ m{^(:([a-z]+):)?(([A-Za-z0-9_]+)(:(address@hidden))?\@)?(([A-Za-z0-9_-]*)(:([0-9]+))?)?(/.+)$};

Is a lot shorter that the parse_cvsroot function, even if it isn't less cryptic. I suppose I might have been able to do something similar with the C regexp library, but it almost certainly still would have taken more lines & characters. :)

Derek

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