On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 09:29, Guillaume Lelarge <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info> wrote:
> On Mon, 2011-06-27 at 09:21 +0200, Magnus Hagander wrote:
>> Did this patch randomly update a couple of copyright years to 2011, or
>> were those files that were somehow forgotten in a previous run? EIther
>> way it looked unrelated so I figured I'd ask :-) (e.g
>> .pgForeignServer.cpp and pgUserMapping.cpp)
> I had to replace all 2010 with 2011 from Luis's files. I found that
> other files needed the update too, and did it in the same run. Probably
> not a great idea.
>> There also seem to be some unrealated changes in the visual studio
>> project? Changing the default from debug win32 to release x64, was
>> that intentional? (at least I think it did that - unfortunately VS
>> appears to have reordered the file pretty bad so the diff is hard to
> I added all Luis's files to the visual studio project. Other things may
> have been changed by this. I have not much knowledge on this. All I did
> was making sure that one could compile pgAdmin with Visual Studio, but I
> didn't check every changes on this file.
> If I did something wrong, can you tell me what? I'll try to remember
> about the default compile option.
I just noticed a bunch of chunks in the patch that changed Debug|Win32
to Release|x64. That just seems like an unrelated change... I'm not
sure how that change happened, it oculd've been something Visual
Studio did behind your back...
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