[PATCH] cygcheck -s should not imply -d
Mon Jan 10 17:53:00 GMT 2011
On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 01:51:02PM +0100, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>On Jan 5 19:50, Jon TURNEY wrote:
>> Currently, for cygcheck -s implies -d. This seems rather unhelpful.
>> I'm afraid I've lost the thread which inspired this, but in it the reporter
>> provided cygcheck -svr output as requested, but this did not help diagnose
>> what ultimately turned out to be the problem, that a DLL was actually an older
>> version (presumably due to replace-in-use problems)
>> Attached a patch to modify cygcheck so -s no longer implies -d (although -d
>> can still be used).
>> 2011-01-05 Jon TURNEY
>> * cygcheck.cc (main): don't imply -d from -s option to cygcheck
>Looks good to me. Applied.
Sorry that I didn't reply to this. I wasn't 100% convinced that this
was a good idea since some of the packages show up as having problems
when they are ok. I was wondering if that would end up generating more
(understandably) confused mailing list traffic but I guess, in the end,
it probably is better to check the validity of the packages for the
prescribed error reporting technique.
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