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Re: Missing files in Web CVS

From: Henrik Frystyk Nielsen <frystyk@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 04 Sep 1998 11:46:18 -0400
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At 21:55 9/3/98 +0200, Andrea Peyracchia wrote:
>I am trying to test the latest changes (timeout support) under Windows as
>required. I cannot download the latest version of the files HTRobot.c and
>HTLine.c beacause they are missing from the Web CVS. I have found other
>compilation errors that follows:

I am not sure I understand your problem. Both files are in CVS - are you
using CVS on Windows NT and have you followed the instructions at


>- the directory bin\debug is missing in the distribuition file and the
>makefile does not create it;

Yes, that is a problem - they are created if you compile them from within
MSVC but not using nmake. 

>- the file sysdep.h is missing in the distribuition file, I have taken it
>from Web CVS.

I think you have a mixup of files. This file has been renamed to wwwsys.h
as there was a name clash with other header files.

>What about that files :)??
>Andrea Peyracchia
>PS I have another question: How I can make my CVS running without cheking
>out all the files ?? Is it possible to mark my files' version locally and
>then check with your server ??

Once they are checked out from CVS you only get the changes and hence you
shouldn't see too much traffic.

Henrik Frystyk Nielsen,
World Wide Web Consortium
Received on Friday, 4 September 1998 11:46:24 UTC

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