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CVS update: /ccvs/ - cvsnt.dsp, readlink.c, xreadlink.c

From: Conrad T. Pino
Subject: CVS update: /ccvs/ - cvsnt.dsp, readlink.c, xreadlink.c
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2004 13:49:35 -0800

Hi Mark,

Look for comments and questions in line below.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 2004 11:44
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: CVS update: /ccvs/, /ccvs/contrib/, /ccvs/contrib/pam/,
> /ccvs/diff/, /ccvs/doc/, /ccvs/lib/, /ccvs/m4/, /ccvs/man/, /ccvs/src/,
> /ccvs/tools/, /ccvs/vms/, /ccvs/windows-NT/, /ccvs/windows-NT/SCC/
> User: mdb     
> Date: 04/11/03 11:43:31
> Added:
>  /ccvs/lib/
>   readlink.c, xreadlink.c, xreadlink.h
>  /ccvs/m4/
>   readlink.m4, xreadlink.m4
> Modified:
>  /ccvs/
>   ChangeLog, Makefile.in, aclocal.m4, config.h.in, configure, configure.in,
>   cvsnt.dep, cvsnt.dsp, gnulib-update, gnulib.txt


> Log:
>  * cvsnt.dsp: Add readlink.c, xreadlink.c and xreadlink.h.
>  * cvsnt.dep: Add readlink.c and xreadlink.c dependencies.

1. Files "readlink.c" and "xreadlink.c" exist in "lib" directory and the
current best practice is to compile source files with the project file
contained in directory in which they occur in this case "lib/libcvs.dsp".

2. File "lib/readlink.c" doesn't compile in Visual C++ 6.0 (VC6) and isn't
required for linking currently.

3. File "lib/xreadlink.c" is required and is now in "lib/libcvs.dsp".

Do you have any information that contradicts the assertion file "lib/readlink.c"
is NOT required for Windows build?



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