[gst-devel] CVS/local out-of-sync & gst-indent

Benjamin Otte in7y118 at public.uni-hamburg.de
Wed Apr 28 13:38:10 CEST 2004

There's only two things that are important to me:
1) After I did a checkin, the code in my checkout and in the repository
must be identical.
2) Checkins are done with one command.

I don't care about anything else.
Currently 1) is not the case and that is bad. Especially because cvs can't
cope with that.


On Tue, 27 Apr 2004, Ronald S. Bultje wrote:

> Hi,
> I've recently received loads of notices from 'cvs update' that my files
> checksum failed locally, and then it refetches files. The consequence is
> that - on this file - all local changes are lost. This seems to be
> caused by the fact that - on checkin - the server runs gst-inspect on
> them, but the client doesn't, thus bringing those two out-of-sync.
> Result is that the file checksums are different in the next cvs update,
> and the rest as given above.
> This is *extremely* bad, I end up doing a lot of double work because of
> this. Please someone fix it immediately, either by immediately removing
> the gst-indent from the server checkin action or by providing a script
> that indents all committed .c files on checkin (ideally integrated in
> Dave's "cicl" script that I've been happily using for a few weeks now,
> thanks for that btw!).
> Ronald
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