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Re: svn trunk r18150: FAIL (win32 ra_local bdb VS2005)

From: Malcolm Rowe <malcolm-svn-dev_at_farside.org.uk>
Date: 2006-01-18 18:00:23 CET

On Wed, Jan 18, 2006 at 02:24:02PM +0100, Peter N. Lundblad wrote:
> Malcolm,
> [...]
> When we output "Property changes for 'path':", we use the local path
> separator, i.e. backslash on Windows. This is inconsistent with the other
> lines where we output paths. I guess this is your latest work on the diff
> code, Malcolm. (BTW, are you on the breakage list? That's very useful in
> situations like this.)

Oh, that's annoying. I had thought there was a difference, but then
I looked at the diff labels and assumed I'd been making things up.
I suppose the discrepancy makes _some_ sense: diff labels are read by
'patch', so probably should stay in UNIX-style; property changes aren't,
so should be in the preferred local style.

Anyway, yes, that's mine. I've just checked in what should be a fix for
this (r18152), though I can't run the tests on Windows-native to check
(cygwin's the best I can do, and it uses UNIX-style paths, as far as I
can see).

I'm not subscribed to svn-breakage: I wanted to, but I didn't want to
get flooded with 'PASS' messages, which I didn't typically care about,
and SWIG-related FAILs, which I couldn't typically do anything about.
Though now I think about it, I should be able to filter those out


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