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Re: Transactionless report processing

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-12-30 02:18:15 CET

Greg Hudson <ghudson@MIT.EDU> writes:
> Q: Okay, I'm convinced by your suave and enthusiastic marketing. How
> do I try it out?
> A: All the new code lives into reporter.c, but because I hate you all,
> I made the code depend on the patches in issue #999 and issue #1677.
> So, fetch those patches and apply them first, then sub in reporter.c.


Okay, I can't resist, I'm gonna take a look at this, if only for a
grim foreshadowing of what 2.0 will bring...

> Q: update_tests 15 is failing with the new code. Isn't it funny that
> ghudson code is failing on a test for a ghudson bug?
> A: Ha freakin' ha. The test failure is cosmetic; because the new code
> opens and closes the root where the old code didn't, the output from
> "svn update" is slightly different. For reasons I haven't yet
> determined, if I modify the test case, "./update_tests.py 15" passes
> but "make check" still fails with the same error, which is really
> bizarre.
> Q: This is pretty funny! You should quit your day job and write FAQs
> for a living!
> A: Okay, that wasn't even a question. I'm going away now.

Greg, whatever you're smoking for breakfast these days, I want some.


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