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From Dan>
Subject Re: [PATCH] Re: SSI Servlet has big problems
Date Tue, 02 Jul 2002 00:15:11 GMT
I tried an absolute date first.  April didn't work.  Does this work on 
your end?

>have even had CVS directories in it with sticky tags already set...
>ie: keeping me from easily getting the latest without checking out
>the whole source tree from scratch.

Hmm.  That is a possibility.  Definitely not a mistake I'll make twice ( assuming I made it
at all! )

>Indeed.  Thanks for being so gracious about all of this.  I really
>felt quite sick when I saw what I missed.  That'll teach me to 
>ignore my inbox. :)

Pitty that no one mentioned that you had last updated things when I 
asked about the SSI stuff initially.  I would have e-mailed you.


Paul Speed wrote:

>(resending from my address to avoid being filtered/delayed
> by moderation.)
>Don't know... have you tried an absolute date or is "4 months ago"
>just an example for the list's benefit.  Any date in feb/april should
>be sufficiently late enough.
>Hope it works,
>Dan Sandberg wrote:
>>I'm trying to checkout an old version of tomcat with the following command:
>>[dan@oogie tmp]$ cvs co -D "4 months ago" jakarta-tomcat-4.0
>>And I'm getting the following error:
>>Core dumped; preserving /tmp/cvs-serv41751 on server.
>>CVS locks may need cleaning up.
>>My version is (on Linux):
>> >[dan@oogie tmp]$ cvs --version
>> >
>> >Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.1p1 (client/server)
>>I tried the same thing on Solaris, and had the same problem.
>>Any idea?  Am I doing something stupid?
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