From: Claudio Valderrama C. <cvalde@us...> - 2001-07-30 04:48:11
Hello, I wanted to have a copy of current FB2 on my disk so I did a full
update. This line caught my attention, what does it mean?
cvs server: warning: src/jrd/sql_code.h is not (any longer) pertinent
Claudio Valderrama C.
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From: Mark O'Donohue <mark.odonohue@lu...> - 2001-07-30 07:18:25
>cvs server: warning: src/jrd/sql_code.h is not (any longer) pertinent
it means the file has been deleted.
I've moved all the generated files in fb2 into include/gen.
Also I've changed the codes.epp program (and makefile) to generate them
there (and to generate #ifdef __cplusplus alternative style/c headers) .
There is also a readme in the include/gen directory telling people not
to touch the files and how to regenerate them.
One thing that bugs me with codes is that when it generates the msgs.h
it doesn't just politely tack the new entries on the end with a new
number new ones get stuck in the middle.
This mean a new message resequences all the subsequent messages and give
about 300+ lines of code changes in msg.h for adding one extra message
(when looking at an earlier change cvs-commit 26-6-2001).
Is it possible to change it so that it tackes the new messages on the
end? I would assume that incrementing the numbers would make it more
robust to errors when msgs and codes where slightly out of sync. I
haven't really looked into it, as I was already on a tangent, and there
may be resaons why this is imposible, but it looked like something that
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