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RE: SVN 1.2.1 configure - echo

From: David Budworth <davidb_at_eloan.com>
Date: 2005-07-26 21:06:04 CEST

find /home/jszakmeister/subversion-1.2.1 -name configure | grep esho

Couldn't possibly find what he's talking about, he's saying that it says
esho inside the file, not as part of the path.

The command above just greps the path-to-configure for esho

try:
 grep esho /home/jszakmeister/subversion-1.2.1/apr-util/configure
or:
 grep esho `find /home/jszakmeister/subversion-1.2.1 -name configure`
or even:
 grep -r esho /home/jszakmeister/subversion-1.2.1 #note, this would take a
lot longer than the above

-----Original Message-----
From: John Szakmeister [mailto:john@szakmeister.net]
Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2005 2:32 AM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Cc: Andrei Pohilko (APC)
Subject: Re: SVN 1.2.1 configure - echo

On Tuesday 26 July 2005 05:01, Andrei Pohilko (APC) wrote:
> Hi there!
> Do you know that there is little mistake in 1.2.1 release: in
> ~/subversion-1.2.1/apr-util/configure file on line 18601 written "esho".
> There is no such command. There must be "echo".

 $ find /home/jszakmeister/subversion-1.2.1 -name configure | grep esho
 $

I don't see it. You might want to make sure your tarball isn't corrupted
(i.e., make sure the MD5SUM matches the one we posted).

-John

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