From: Andre Hentz (gclbb-jamboost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-04-01 16:04:51
On Tue, 1 Apr 2003, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> The 'railsys' fails for a simple reason: it uses Qt.
> I'm not sure why 'print.py' fails. Could you provide the exact error messages?
> I think this issue is for Doug.
Here it is:
Also, symlink.py is failing because the created links are called
hello_debug.exe link/hello_release.exe (note the .exe suffix)
> 1. Why going through shell is bad?
Because you have to escape everything properly. Tests were failing
because of an unescaped semicolon that was breaking the command in two.
In my system, I was having problems also with whitespaces in directory
names (I was tricked by win xp into using spaces in my username)
> 2. Could you please resend the patch as unified diff ("cvs diff -u"). Somehow,
> emacs fails to convert your context diff into unified one, which is much more
> readable, IMO.
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