[PATCH] [Bug 209281] Re: Windows diff apps don't understand symlinks created by Cygwin bzr diff --using
mlm at aya.yale.edu
Sun May 4 20:00:25 BST 2008
Is the attached patch better with respect to test_prepare_files?
I understand that you've been concerned that my use of newname2 was
superfluous. However, it serves two purposes. First, it addresses a
preexisting failure on Windows. Second, it allows test_prepare_files to
continue succeeding on Cygwin after my changes to the code under test in
this thread. Previously, the final call to _prepare_files succeeded on
Cygwin and other platforms with symlinks for the wrong reasons.
I hope this version of the patch makes it clearer why newname2 is
necessary. Before the change, oldname2 and newname2 refer to nonexistent
files in the final call to _prepare_files in test_prepare_files. I think
_prepare_files requires that its old_path and new_path arguments refer to a
single existing file, in the old and new trees respectively, at its file_id
argument. This version of my change makes oldname2 and newname2 exist at
On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 10:47 AM, Matt McClure <mlm at aya.yale.edu> wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 27, 2008 at 4:10 PM, Aaron Bentley <aaron at aaronbentley.com> wrote:
>> You haven't removed the tree/newname2.
> Without newname2, test_prepare_files fails on Windows (and on Cygwin
> with my patch to the code under test). Maybe what I've done isn't the
> right fix, but the test is broken before my patch. See
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bzr/+bug/212289 . Could you suggest a
> better fix?
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