[Python-Dev] RELEASED: Python 2.2.1
11 Apr 2002 15:23:28 +0100
Neal Norwitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Michael Hudson wrote:
> > > > alias sup='cvs -z3 -q update -d -P'
> > > >
> > > > It's the -d -P part that does it.
> > >
> > > Or add a .cvsrc file to your home directory:
> > >
> > > update -dP
> > Hmm. It seems that
> > up -dP
> > in your .cvsrc *doesn't* do what you might think...
> It's worked for me for years, AFAIK. What do you think it does?
> Are you suggesting it should be -d -P?
I dunno. But it turns out I already had "up -dP" in my .cvsrc, and
you can be sure I ran "cvs up" several times before building the 221
Whether it's the up/update thing or the -dP/-d -P thing, I don't know.
... so the notion that it is meaningful to pass pointers to memory
objects into which any random function may write random values
without having a clue where they point, has _not_ been debunked as
the sheer idiocy it really is. -- Erik Naggum, comp.lang.lisp