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Re: [PATCH] copy file to existing directory.

From: Rui, Guo <timmyguo_at_mail.ustc.edu.cn>
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2008 15:17:14 +0800

On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 11:08:04PM +0200, Stefan Sperling wrote:
> > Whatever message I use, your scripts are of great value. I'll check if the
> > current state of the error report is satisfactory. But I may not be able to
> > further improve the error report within the following days -- The final
> > deadline of the gsoc is approaching.
> That's OK. It does not need to be done quickly. You should do
> more important things first, of course!
Let's put off the work on error report now. Please just commit the first part
of the patch (those fixes the wc corruption bug) at the moment. I would like
to get it merge back. Thanks.

> > PS: I'm going to go offline next week (visting Stanford), I think I have to
> > hurry up. What a busy summer 'vacation'!
> Sounds like you're having fun though, even though you're busy :)

> > > Note that the scripts run the final svn command in gdb.
> > > If you're not familiar with gdb: You just need to type
> > > run
> > > and press enter to run the svn command from within gdb.
> > > You should learn about gdb if you don't know it yet, it's nice :)
> > Yes, I do use gdb. It's very powerful, but not very handy. Do you use any
> > front end such as ddd or insight?
> No. I tried ddd a little a long time ago and I liked the cute
> boxes it can draw with variables in them etc. But I tend to use
> the command line interface anyway because it gets in the way
> much less than a GUI and is a bit quicker to use. I don't use any
The only complain about the GDB CUI is that it's really painful when I want to
inspect many memory locations in a C++ program. A lot of typing, really.

> fancy features so it suits me even from a usability point of view.
> Hint: If you need a fancy display of the code when using gdb,
> try 'gdb -tui'.
Great hint! Thanks.


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