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Re: [Monotone-devel] preparing for release 1.1

From: Markus Wanner
Subject: Re: [Monotone-devel] preparing for release 1.1
Date: Sun, 27 Apr 2014 17:53:25 +0200
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On 04/27/2014 03:39 PM, Stephen Leake wrote:
> progress report; I updated to the latest 32 bit MinGW installer, and
> something is wrong. mtn compiles, and 'mtn version' works, but 'mtn
> automate get_base_revision_id' crashes.

Thanks for testing.

I'm just about to add a (32-bit) MinGW build slave (boar). The bot
didn't run through all tests just yet, but that box ran through all of
them just fine, before, so I'm surprised you're reporting such a
problem. A smoke test of 'mtn au get_base_revision_id' seems to work
fine for me as well.

The mtn.exe there reports:

C:\Users\buildbot\slaves\mtn-mingw-boar\quick-boar\build>mtn version --full
monotone 1.1 (base revision: 81f946245b7019f6100fa4d9a1156096245640a7)
Running on          : Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 (6.1, build 7601, Service
Pack 1)
on ia32 (level 6, rev 15361)
C++ compiler        : GNU C++ version 4.8.1
C++ standard library: GNU libstdc++ version 20130531
Boost version       : 1_55
SQLite version      : (compiled against
Lua version         : Lua 5.2
PCRE version        : 8.35 2014-04-04 (compiled against 8.35)
Botan version       : 1.10.8 (compiled against 1.10.8)
Changes since base revision:
format_version "1"

new_manifest [2d59b8cc3c138737797b59f9a401e2fadb2991ca]

old_revision [81f946245b7019f6100fa4d9a1156096245640a7]

> I'll try:
> - MinGW64

That'd be great as well, yes. I won't have time to go through compiling
all the dependencies again for 64-bit.

> - previous release of 32 bit MinGW

Hm.. I just let the setup process update catalogs. Not sure what
"release" I'm running. How do I check?

Can you run your mtn.exe from a debugger to see what's wrong (or get a
core dump, if such a thing exists on Windows)?

> Does anyone have experience setting up a MinGW64 environment? There seem
> to be many choices.

I played a bit with mingw-w64. Doesn't seem all that different to me,
but I obviously didn't go through a complete build, yet.

I recently updated the Windows build documentation a bit and would
appreciate a review.


Markus Wanner

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