vfscanf in newlib

Christopher Faylor cgf@redhat.com
Fri Apr 20 21:41:00 GMT 2001

On Sat, Apr 21, 2001 at 02:38:37PM +1000, Robert Collins wrote:
>>>You're right -C would make this even faster.  I didn't know about this
>Could the cygwin cvs server support -C ?

I assume that Chuck is listening...

>>>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

It's a tradeoff.  Lately, we've been seeing very high loads on
sources.redhat.com.  If bandwidth isn't pegged, then CPU processing is.
It's time to upgrade...

>>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 *then*
>>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?

It is pretty simple:


cvs -q update -l
for f in [a-z]*/.; do (cd $f; echo "Entering" `pwd`; exec cvs -q update -d); done

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