Julian Foad <email@example.com> wrote on 11/10/2004 03:50:33 PM:
> Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
> > Julian Foad wrote:
> >> For years we have been carrying around a work-around (in
> >> svn_io_make_dir_recursively) for the fact that apr_dir_make_recursive
> >> not implemented for OS/2. This is silly. If anybody wants to run
> >> Subversion on OS/2 they should get a patch into APR to implement
> >> otherwise every project using APR has equal hassle.
> > IIRC, Brian Harvard, the OS/2 maintainer of APR & httpd, has posted a
> > few times here that Subversion works with some minor tweaks. But, if
> > pulled that workaround, then it'd give him impetus to fix APR. ;-) --
> Well, I'm torn between protecting any OS/2 users that we might already
> and trying to get out of keeping this work-around forever.
> By the way, I see now that the original reason for this work-around was
> Windows; if OS/2 had been the only unsupported platform then, we might
> bothered with this work-around in the first place.
> How about letting Brian Havard know (I've CC'd him) that we intend to
> this work-around some time soon? If he can implement
> for OS/2 before then, that's great, otherwise any OS/2 users that there
> be will have to step forward and help themselves.
> I attach the removal diff for reference.
FYI .. It looks like we do not have this function in the OS/400 port of
APR either. We have already had to implement an APR "wrapper" layer for
our port anyway, to hide any EBCDIC issues, so I assume we could just add
a function with this name into our wrapper and copy in the current
Subversion workaround for the implementation?
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Received on Wed Nov 10 22:02:23 2004