vfscanf in newlib

Robert Collins robert.collins@itdomain.com.au
Fri Apr 20 21:38:00 GMT 2001

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christopher Faylor" <cgf@redhat.com>
To: <cygwin-developers@cygwin.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 21, 2001 2:35 PM
Subject: Re: vfscanf in newlib

> On Sat, Apr 21, 2001 at 12:29:43AM -0400, Christopher Faylor wrote:
> >>Thanks. I'm used to
> >>cp -rp winsup winsup-pristine
> >>cd winsup-pristine
> >>cvs -z9 update -PdC -r HEAD but the cygwin cvs server doesn't
support -C
> >
> >You're right -C would make this even faster.  I didn't know about
> >option.

Could the cygwin cvs server support -C ?

> >I have -P turned on in my .cvsrc so I don't have to supply it.
> >
> >-z9 is a little hard on the server.  Since I use ssh, I just rely on
> >its compression.  I have that set to 4...

Ok, I'll use -z4 for cygwin - I assumed bandwidth was your primary

> Btw, I rarely use -d since it can be dangerous.  It's fine in the
> example, of course, but if you use it at the devo level you'll be
> things out all day.
> I actually have a script that iterates over every top-level directory
> that I currently have checked out.  It cd's to the directory and
> does a 'cvs update -d'.
> I'm sure that you know this but I'm mentioning this for the archives.

I do, but a script would be handy - care to put it somewhere?

> cgf

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