adrian at xemacs.org
Wed Oct 3 12:45:39 EDT 2007
Uwe Brauer <oub at mat.ucm.es> writes:
>>>>>> "APA" == Adrian Aichner <adrian at xemacs.org> writes:
> > Uwe, I use
> > M-x erevision
> > in version controlled files and it works well with old and new vc.
> Ah good point that indeed work without hazzle
So, you have at least two uncorrupted versions of the files.
M-x erevision RET REV RET RET
to ediff revision REV with the current version and report back.
> >> For me it is not clear how is the culprit here. Maybe my version file
> >> corrected but then all of my older files should be corrupted which I
> >> find extremely odd.
> > Do some command-line testing as suggested before by Ville.
> > Apparently there's no authoritative online version of the rcs man
> > pages, but
> > http://www.delorie.com/gnu/docs/rcs/co.1.html
> > should be good enough for your testing.
> > co -pREV FILE
> > will print revision REV of file FILE to stdout.
> Ok it does not work neither, that is I have 130 versions of that file
You can do better than that, Uwe :-)
- What happened.
- What you thought should have happened.
- Precisely what you were doing at the time.
> and can only visit the first 4 all other are reported as absent.
C-x v l runs the command vc-print-log
report in any of the files under RCS?
On the command-line, what does
> So I conclude that somehow the version file ,v is corrupted. What
I hope not.
Are these text files (which EOL coding?) or binary files?
> really puzzles me that this seems to hold for ALL version controlled
> So it seems not so much a xemacs problem but it is an extremely odd
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