[Wine]old Wine from CVS
markknecht at gmail.com
Wed Oct 27 14:42:36 CDT 2004
Got it. Very helpful. Thanks! Getting started now.
Back in an hour or two...
On Wed, 27 Oct 2004 12:34:01 -0700, Duane Clark <dclark at akamail.com> wrote:
> Mark Knecht wrote:
> > ...
> > cvs update -PAd -D "2004-05-25 CDT"
> > (Build takes 8 minutes. PROGRAM FAILS!)
> > SEGFAULT
> > Amazing. 0505 worked. 0615 failed. 0525 was the exact middle. I did
> > that first. It failed. I then jumped to 0515 (middle of 0505 and 0525)
> > and had to work my way up. Too bad I didn't try 0524 last night... ;-)
> > Now, this is a Linux program that's crashing. We have the source, and
> > the program is relatively small. Does my command above include the
> > changes made on the 25th according to the change log, or does it only
> > include changes up through the 24th?????
> It only includes changes through the end of the day (midnight) of the 24th.
> > How do I get down to udnerstand which *file* causes my problem?
> First go to http://www.winehq.org/hypermail/wine-cvs/2004/05/index.html
> There were only a few files committed on the 25th, so I would do them
> one at a time. Pick a time between the commit times of the first two:
> cvs update -PAd -D "2004-05-25 00:09:00CDT"
> It is useful to watch as the files are patched, and make sure that only
> the files expected to be updated are patched. In this case, the only
> file that should have been patched is dlls/kernel/kernel_main.c Compile
> and try. If that works, try the next commit.
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