couple of questions...
montrose at itd.nrl.navy.mil
Wed Jul 3 20:07:17 UTC 2002
At 03:49 PM 7/3/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>On Wed, Jul 03, 2002 at 03:36:51PM -0400, Bruce Montrose wrote:
> > 1) What must I do in CVS to roll back files I have modified but have not
> > committed
> > (ie. revert back to original state before I modified them).
>The way I do this is to rm the file and then cvs update. Cvs will say
>"gosh, I guess I lost the file" and restore it.
Thanks, that worked out just fine.
> > 2) I was attempting to setup a new directory called "tests" under the or/
> > directory.
> > I wanted to put some programs in this directory that would perform
> > testing on
> > isolated pieces of code. I tried various things with the Makefile.am
> > files to get
> > autogen.sh to create a Makefile in this tests/ directory without
> > Could you
> > tell me what I need to do to get autogen.sh to do this for me?
>I don't have much experience messing with the autoconf stuff, so we'll
>have to figure this one out. Based on src/Makefile.am, it looks like if you
>SUBDIRS = tests
>DIST_SUBDIRS = tests
I tried that, and it did not work for me. I'll have to worry about this when
I get back from vacation on Monday. Thanks for input.
Have a good July 4th all :)
>to src/or/Makefile.am, then make a Makefile.am in src/or/tests/ similar
>to the one in src/or/, you'll be on your way. Are you planning to have
>a file in src/or/tests/ for each file in src/or/? I freely admit that
>writing unit tests for the network-oriented functions looks like it's
>going to be really hard, but hopefully we can start with the easier
>functions and work our way up.
>Remember, when you add a new directory to the repository, to 'cvs add
><directory>' before you put any files into it. Otherwise cvs can get
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