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From: Colin Bell <Colin.B<ell@as...> - 2001-11-21 22:28:31
Until we get the BuildMagic process sorted out I'll just keep using the
squirrel-sql module and I will manually synch them up later.
If anybody else wants to use CVS you can put your plugin code up in
squirrel-sql/plugins/<plugin_internal_name> but just remember that you'll
need to copy it over to the new module later.
From: Colin Bell <colbelloz@te...> - 2002-11-18 01:54:19
If anybody has problems with binary files (images, *.jar etc) from the
new sql12 module please let me know. I'm pretty sure I've got my
.cvswrappers file right but you never know.
From: Colin Bell <colbell@in...> - 2004-08-16 07:02:10
For the next week or two the SQuirreL code in CVS won't compile as I
apply a patch. If you need a compilable version check out the CVS TAG
sqsc16aug2004 It was created prior to applying this patch.
From: Patrick Lacson <patrick@la...> - 2001-11-21 22:47:28
Were you able to get the program to build? the squirrel module builds
properly. I commented out the plugins from the installer since it was
not properly working. Other, than that it builds ok. (see
Colin Bell wrote:
> Hi Patrick,
> Until we get the BuildMagic process sorted out I'll just keep using the
> squirrel-sql module and I will manually synch them up later.
> If anybody else wants to use CVS you can put your plugin code up in
> squirrel-sql/plugins/<plugin_internal_name> but just remember that you'll
> need to copy it over to the new module later.
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