error compiling wine

Duane Clark dclark at
Wed May 21 11:54:36 CDT 2003

Saulius Krasuckas wrote:
> ...  how can I "go back" in patch-history? I would like to see patch(es)
> which get led me to such error-state, so I need this ability to gain some
> speed.
> writes:
>   * cvs update -D date (get the revision associated with an arbitrary date)
>   I have read some "man cvs" pages, but haven't found how should I "walk"
> through a patch-history by patch number and not by date.. any ideas?

To look at what has been applied to cvs in general, you can look at the 
archives at either, or via 
nntp at, group

To look at the cvs history of a particular file, do for example:
cvs log dlls/comctl32/tooltips.c

I rarely update just one file directly with cvs, but instead simply get 
the patch I am interested in testing from the cvs archive and apply it 
directly. When using CVS to go back and forth tracking down a 
regression, I have always used the date method.

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