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Re: fsvs & openbsd

Author Julien TOUCHE <julien dot touche at lycos dot com>
Full name Julien TOUCHE <julien dot touche at lycos dot com>
Date 2006-08-17 12:55:51 PDT
Message Philipp Marek wrote on 17/08/2006 18:42:
> I'm currently rewriting fsvs to be UNIX-friendly and not just
> Linux-specific; I believe there was some progress made in the last
> few months.
good :)

>
> Maybe you'd like to try fsvs-1.0.12 and tell me the compile errors
> you get? I'd really like to get fsvs more compatible, so if you send
> them to me I'll change/extend fsvs.

for now, i'm testing openbsd 4.0-beta and my box is not synced with tree
but i may try this week-end.


Regards

        Julien

Re: fsvs &amp; openbsd

Author pmarek
Full name P.Marek
Date 2006-08-17 12:30:45 PDT
Message On Thursday 17 August 2006 20:30 Gunter Ohrner wrote:
> Doesn't SourceForge operate its compile farm any more? A few years ago
> when I was using their services, a subscribed developer could ssh into a
> variety of machines running different OSes at different platforms and try
> to compile and run his/her programs there.
You're right.
I now submitted fsvs as project; maybe then I'll get ssh access to their
machines.

That would help a bit.


Thank you for this tip!


Regards,

Phil

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Re: fsvs &amp; openbsd

Author Gunter Ohrner <G dot Ohrner at post dot rwth-aachen dot de>
Full name Gunter Ohrner <G dot Ohrner at post dot rwth-aachen dot de>
Date 2006-08-17 11:30:08 PDT
Message Am Donnerstag, 17. August 2006 18:42 schrieb Philipp Marek:
> I hope you can help me make fsvs compile on your operating systems!

Doesn't SourceForge operate its compile farm any more? A few years ago
when I was using their services, a subscribed developer could ssh into a
variety of machines running different OSes at different platforms and try
to compile and run his/her programs there.

Greetings,

  Gunter

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Re: fsvs &amp; openbsd

Author pmarek
Full name P.Marek
Date 2006-08-17 09:42:51 PDT
Message Hello Julien,


I just saw your email on
http://archives.neoh​apsis.com/archives/o​penbsd/2005-10/2541.​html.


I'm currently rewriting fsvs to be UNIX-friendly and not just Linux-specific;
I believe there was some progress made in the last few months.

Maybe you'd like to try fsvs-1.0.12 and tell me the compile errors you get?
I'd really like to get fsvs more compatible, so if you send them to me I'll
change/extend fsvs.

The best way would be if you could checkout the fsvs-trunk, so that every
change I make can be tested on your BSD-machine with the least amount of
work.


I hope you can help me make fsvs compile on your operating systems!


Regards,

Phil


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Versioning your /etc, /home or even your whole installation?
             Try fsvs (fsvs.tigris.org)!
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