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Re: different CVS_SERVER for different hosts

From: Paul Edwards
Subject: Re: different CVS_SERVER for different hosts
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 22:32:35 GMT

"Derek Robert Price" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:address@hidden
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> Paul Edwards wrote:
> | BTW, "a lot of platforms" currently doesn't even include gcc
> |
> |under Windows 98, despite the fact that this particular
> |environment is both C89 and Posix.
> |
> |I don't know how it is possible to write an application that is
> |C89 and Posix compliant, that fails to run out of the box on a
> |platform that is C89 and Posix compliant.
> |
> |But where there's a will, there's a way.
> CVS can still be compiled on Windows under CygWin using GCC or under

Really?  Is that just missing from the Windows/NT README then?
Do you know what the procedure for compiling is?

> I never even realized that GCC had been ported to Windows in a
> standalone manner.

There are multiple ports.

And in fact, what I would also like is to be able to have my
32-bit DOS-extended version back again.  I used to have CVS
compiling under that environment.  Using EMX 0.9b.  I can't
remember which version I what I needed to do to get that

> We can't fix bugs and inconsistencies without bug reports and bug
> reports can be hard to verify without exact hardware and software
> combinations.
> If you'd like to buy me the computers w/your desired operating systems
> and pay for my time, I'd be happy to set up nightly testing on whatever
> platforms you like.

The platform is an arbitrary and unspecified platform that is
100% ISO C conforming and 100% Posix library conforming.

It doesn't have any Unix-like shell.

So long as the application itself conforms to the two applicable
standards, it should compile out of the box.  At least each
source file should compile anyway (in the same way that a
"hello, world" program will compile).  I don't mind writing a
batch file to compile each source file in turn and then linking
it at the end.

BFN.  Paul.

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