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Re: Something strange in the CVS [Probably need CVS admin help]

From: Fred L. Drake, Jr. <fdrake@acm.org>
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 08:35:50 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <15235.42790.225119.519272@cj42289-a.reston1.va.home.com>
To: "Curt Arnold" <carnold@houston.rr.com>
Cc: <www-dom-ts@w3.org>, Philippe Le Hegaret <plh@w3.org>

Curt Arnold writes:
 > The unnamed directory causes the command line CVS to fail.  I didn't try any
 > of the multi-check out combinations under WinCVS.  Don't know what put that
 > phantom directory there, my guess is that WinCVS had something to do with
 > it.   Hopefully, someone with file system rights can delete that thing and
 > we will be golden.

  Sigh.
  Or rename it, if there's anything in it (though I don't *think*
there's any reason to expect that).
  Were the CVS hosted at SourceForge, we could file a service request,
but it shouldn't be too hard for this.  (Philippe, can you email the
right sys admin?)

 > So, what do you suggest as the plan of attack for Python?  Do you want to
 > hack test-to-java.xsl yourself or manually transliterate some of the
 > generated Java source to Python and let me see how close I can get the
 > transform to produce the same code.

  I'd like to try my hand at the XSL myself, but be prepared for
questions.  ;-)  I don't think there's any way for me to get to it
this week at all; I'm falling behind in a major documentation project
as we type.


  -Fred

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Fred L. Drake, Jr.  <fdrake at acm.org>
PythonLabs at Zope Corporation
Received on Wednesday, 22 August 2001 08:38:44 UTC

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