Problems with archiver "ar"
Thu Sep 28 01:41:00 GMT 2006
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According to Frank Illenseer on 9/27/2006 11:34 AM:
> Sorry - for not providing all infos...
> I did some additional tests: When mounting my drives in "binmode" the
> error is gone and when mounting them in "textmode" the error is there.
Sounds like ar needs to be taught about open(O_BINARY)/fopen("rb") (or be
linked with binmode.o).
> But due to the newest bash update, I rather need "textmode" to re-use my
> existing scripts without conversion, as the come from a revision control
> system which always generates the EOLs according to the underlying system.
See the other thread on this today. First, why can't you teach your
revision control system that on a cygwin binary mount, the underlying
system uses \n line endings, not \r\n? Second, you can add this to the
beginning of your script to make bash ignore \r when the file has \r\n
endings even on a cygwin binary mount:
IFS=' '' ''
' # Yes, that is space, tab, and either a 1 or 2-character EOL as needed
> Cygwin Configuration Diagnostics
> Current System Time: Wed Sep 27 19:24:15 2006
We ask that you ATTACH this, not include it inline, to avoid spurious hits
in the mail archive search engine.
> a: fd N/A N/A
> c: hd NTFS 99998Mb 99% CP CS UN PA FC OS-WinXP & Apps
Wow - that's one packed drive.
> C:\Programme\cygwin / system binmode
> C:\Programme\cygwin/bin /usr/bin system binmode
> C:\Programme\cygwin/lib /usr/lib system binmode
> . /cygdrive system binmode,cygdrive
I thought you said you had to use textmode?
> Not Found: sh
Not good. Are you sure evereything is installed correctly?
Life is short - so eat dessert first!
Eric Blake firstname.lastname@example.org
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