It's an old problem that was fixed at the cost of the integrity of the
XEmacs CVS tree (it's now impossible to retrieve full versions of
unpackaged XEmacsen). Your environment is unclean. The directory
you're bombing on doesn't exist in CVS any more.
Adrian Aichner <aichner(a)ecf.teradyne.com> writes:
I guess this is the long-known problem filenames in the PSGML packages
which are illegal under Windows NT (dots in filenames).