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[Fwd: Re: Smoke [5.10.0] 31875 FAIL(m) MSWin32 WinXP/.Net SP2 (x86/2 cpu)]

rsync seems to have changed its behaviour.
Reini Urban
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Nicholas Clark wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 23, 2007 at 10:05:00PM +0100, Steve Hay wrote:
>> Automated smoke report for 5.10.0 patch 31875
>> Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6700 @
>> 2.66GHz(~2659 MHz) (x86/2 cpu) 
>> Compiler messages(MSWin32):
>> c:\Smokes\VC7F\ts\bleadperl\perl.h(4428) : error C2059: syntax error
>> : ';' 
> Odd. That was fixed by change 31876. Why is your smoker's source tree
> about a week old?

Hmm. Nasty. I updated my Cygwin installation (used for the rsync of the
smoke source tree) on Friday afternoon, and it seems that the three
smokes over the weekend (Fri, Sat & Sun evening) have all failed to
rsync their source trees. They therefore ran with the sources that were
in place from the previous week since these smokes (BCC/GCC/VC7) only
run once a week.

Not sure what to do about it, though. The new version of Cygwin / rsync
just doesn't seem to like the command that Test::Smoke uses, despite it
always having worked in the past:

C:\Temp>C:\cygwin\bin\rsync.EXE -avzL --delete -v
The source and destination cannot both be remote.
rsync error: syntax or usage error (code 1) at
/home/lapo/packaging/tmp/rsync-2.6.9/main.c(1068) [receiver=2.6.9]

It only wants to play ball if I 'cd' to the parent of the target
directory and specify the relative path from there:

C:\Smokes\VC7F\ts>C:\cygwin\bin\rsync.EXE -avzL --delete -v
rsync:// bleadperl
opening tcp connection to port 873
opening connection using --server --sender -vvlLogDtprz . perl-5.8.x
receiving file list ...

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