That sounds great Clayton!
Looking forward to do some testing. I wonder if anyone at Tortoise
would like to reveal what that date should be hehe.
I found those cvs protocoll specifications rather thin at times.
For exampel the dates here was almost impossible to understand
that they should be there.
I agree upon delivering to NAnt even if everything isn't working.
Just getting basic update would a HUGE gain :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Clayton Harbour [mailto:claytonharbour@...]
> Sent: den 9 december 2003 17:52
> To: Nicklas Norling
> Cc: sharpcvslib-developers@...
> Subject: hanging bug; was: RE: cvs binary update
> Hi Nicklas,
> All I needed was some sleep :-), the hanging problem should
> be fixed now. I am just kicking of a nightly build to push
> the changes up to sf.net which usually takes about 15 minutes or so.
> I am still having some problems with dates and the update
> command though which I am going to have to look into tonight.
> What is going on is when a file is deleted on the local file
> system the update command brings down the file again. The
> date the file was modified is not sent down, so Tortoise
> "guesses" at the date. So do I but apparently there is some
> Anyway I might end up committing the changes to NAnt tonight
> as the date issue seems pretty minor compared to dates not
> being populated at all. I will send a message to the list if
> that gets done :-).
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Nicklas Norling [mailto:nicklas.norling@...]
> > Sent: December 9, 2003 1:36 AM
> > To: Clayton Harbour
> > Subject: RE: [Sharpcvslib-developers] RE: [nant-dev] cvs
> binary update
> > question/thoughts/concerns
> > Hi Clayton,
> > That is great news! I'm sure you will be able to find the hang bug.
> > Just let me know if you have got anything you need me to
> test. Or if I
> > can do anything else to help you out :)
> > Keep up the good work!
> > /Nicke