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- --On Sunday, April 13, 2008 00:01:45 -0400 Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> Do you rememeber what was involved in the $PostgreSQL$ business?
> I thought I remembered you saying that it was only a configuration-file
> adjustment, but Magnus seems to think it requires hacking the code
> of cvs ...
Hrmmm, that's kind of neat ... it looks like an 'off by one' sort of thing ...
if you change r1=1.140 to r1=1.139, it now the tag as being 1.138 ... etc ...
the diff itself looks fine, just that one line ... same behaviour if you use
rcsdiff from the command line ...
Just curious, but can someone on a non-FreeBSD box that has a copy of CVS
rcsdiff -r1.139 -r188.8.131.52 arrayfuncs.c | less
and check the output of the $PostgreSQL lines? Are they 'off by one' for
non-FreeBSD boxes too, or is this a FreeBSD/rcsdiff issue ... I've just logged
into work, where we have Linux boxes, and its running 5.7 also, so its not an
older version ...
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