From: Angus Leeming (angus.leeming_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-14 02:45:15
DY, JERRY U (SBCSI) wrote:
> Here's another problem while compiling with aC++. This has been reported
> to the HP aC++ team, but in the meantime, I'm posting this fix to the
> list for review and for future users of Spirit for aC++.
> BTW, I'm a little afraid to commit changes to the repository, so quick
> question: If I end up committing changes that need to be backed out, can
> I delete that version that I committed easily?
Yes. You'll see a file boost/spirit/core/primitives/impl/CVS/Entries that
lists the current version of match.ipp. Something like
/numerics.ipp/1.8/Wed Jan 14 22:00:19 2004//
(There doesn't appear to be a match.ipp in that directory...)
where the current version in '1.8'. Commit your changes and this will be
changed to '1.9'. If all goes horribly wrong and people start shouting at
you then back out your local copy:
$ cd boost/spirit/core/primitives/impl
$ cvs diff -r 1.8 match.ipp > match.diff
$ patch -p0 < match.diff
And commit the updated file:
$ cvs commit match.ipp
The version number in CVS/Entries will be incremented to '1.10' but the
contents of the file will be identical to those of version '1.8'.
$ cvs diff -r 1.8 -r 1.10 match.ipp
will list the differences between two versions of the file. Here there
should be no differences of course...
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