Warning! DON'T UPDATE!!! (Re: [UPDATES] More KCP updates (and
dway at riskmetrics.com
Wed Jul 2 17:10:56 UTC 2003
Ned Konz wrote:
>For some reason, the change set that got published was truncated.
>Probably this is because of the changes to ChangeSet.
>I'd suggest using a text editor to edit the preamble if necessary,
>and replacing KCP0085 in the update stream, but I'm testing this right now.
>I have to make my own update server to test it, though.
>$ ls -l KCP-0085-MoveToChangeSet.3.cs updates/5303KCP85MoveToChangeSet.cs
>-rw-rw-r-- 1 ned ned 59442 Jul 2 07:39 KCP-0085-MoveToChangeSet.3.cs
>-rw-rw-r-- 1 ned ned 17938 Jul 1 22:52 updates/5303KCP85MoveToChangeSet.cs
This appears to have been the main problem. I just overwrote this
changeset on the updates server with a non-truncated one, so this should
be fixed at least.
I think I know what happened now... I actually edited KCP85 because I
needed to merge two more recent changes (mentioned in the new
preamble). I did this by editing the methods and filing out the
changeset again, but this was while I only had the KCP changes up to 85
loaded, so the ChangeSet-related changes were still in flux, and the one
I filed out was truncated. (Or maybe it was truncated because it was
originally hand-edited or some other reason.) In any case, I used a
text editor to merge the changes this time.
Possibly there are still bugs related to changesets right now, but the
worst of the problems seem to be fixed. Keep on testing...
- Doug Way
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