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Re: Bug in cmdline/main.c::parse_date(), with fix

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-08-05 21:47:43 CEST

Lele Gaifax <lele@seldati.it> writes:
> The function bombs when given any word not recognized by
> revision_from_word(). When the argument to '-D' does not contain a ':'
> char, the function sets `right_date' to NULL, then checks if the
> parameter is a know "keyword", then it does a "if (*right_date)" that
> is evidently wrong, and the intention was surely to do a "if
> (right_date)", without deferring it.
> I'm just starting looking around with svn, and I'm not yet up to
> providing a proper patch, since I'm still learning the svn
> way-of-doing. My apologies if this is not the right forum.


I'm pretty sure the bug you describe is still present, but could you
take a look and see? If it's still present, could you write a
reproduction case so we can easily demonstrate the bug to ourselves?
A patch is also welcome, of course, but the clear repro case is the
best thing.

We could maybe deduce a reproduction from your paragraph above, but it
would be *much* easier with transcript-style recipe.


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Received on Mon Aug 5 22:03:21 2002

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