Philipp Marek wrote, On 21/09/06 12:26:
Hello Ben!


On Tuesday 19 September 2006 08:35 Philipp Marek wrote:
  
Why does the printf() fault?
    
(Hiding in a corner, with very small voice) How about now?
"Program exited normally." ;-)

I will come back to you with more feedbacks later (below a preview...)... I don't really have the time to play with it now... and I must install seq for the run-tests...

Ben.

$ ./fsvs update -v   -d

<snip>

13:07:06.896 update_work[update.c:1064] HEAD is at 0      
13:07:06.902 update_work[update.c:1082] fresh checkout
13:07:06.905 up__parse_prop[update.c:81] got property for .: svn:entry:committed-rev=0
13:07:06.906 up__parse_prop[update.c:81] got property for .: svn:entry:committed-date=2006-09-21T17:06:08.387774Z
13:07:06.906 up__parse_prop[update.c:81] got property for .: svn:entry:uuid=5f8364bd-f91d-0410-a9f3-dfa50f3c717d
13:07:06.907 ops__build_path[est_ops.c:544] need 1024 bytes
13:07:06.907 ops__build_path[est_ops.c:552] reusing 7
13:07:06.907 ops__build_path[est_ops.c:590] status=0; path=.
13:07:06.907 up__set_meta_data[update.c:346] setting . to 0.0

An error occurred at 13:03:33.998: Operation not permitted (1)
  in up__set_meta_data: chown(.)
  in up__close_directory
  in update_work: : up__close_directory
  in update_work: up__close_directory
  in main: action update failed
FSVS (licensed under the GPLv2), (C) by Ph. Marek; version trunk:396