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cvs2svn.py and Python bindings on Windows

From: Florian Schulze <florian.proff.schulze_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-06-27 17:04:21 CEST


I was today able to compile the Python bindings for Windows with a small
problem. The generated C files from SWIG have (long long) in them when
there should be (__int64). I use SWIG 1.3.17. After I fixed that manually
the bindings compiled without problems. I don't know if they work flawless,
because I only tried cvs2svn.py yet, see below.

cvs2svn.py is another problem. I had to add binary to some (4 or so) file
open calls, so the CVS repository is parsed correctly. The popen call has
the buffersize set to something like 108..., which doesn't work on Windows,
which wants -1 or nothing (not specified) for the buffersize. After these
changes the SVN repository was filled, but there was no path seperation
done. The files had names like "\path\Makefile" which can't be checked out.


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