Re: svn commit: r487885 - /incubator/solr/trunk/build.xml

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Re: svn commit: r487885 - /incubator/solr/trunk/build.xml

Chris Hostetter-3

: Not the most efficient, but it works.

when you changed the svn:line-ending props for the scripts, i realized
that "fixing" the files we put in the zip works as long as the release is
built by someone on a unix env ... if someone prepares a release on a
windows box, then the source in the tgz will need fixed.

but as long as we build our first release on a unix machine we should be
fine ... we can bullet proof the release mechanism later :)



-Hoss

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Re: svn commit: r487885 - /incubator/solr/trunk/build.xml

Yonik Seeley-2
On 12/16/06, Chris Hostetter <[hidden email]> wrote:
> : Not the most efficient, but it works.
>
> when you changed the svn:line-ending props for the scripts, i realized
> that "fixing" the files we put in the zip works as long as the release is
> built by someone on a unix env ... if someone prepares a release on a
> windows box, then the source in the tgz will need fixed.
>
> but as long as we build our first release on a unix machine we should be
> fine ... we can bullet proof the release mechanism later :)

Yeah, I wanted to mess with the fewest things possible to get this out.
BTW, I do build on a windows box, but with cygwin, using the cygwin
version of svn which grabs eol "native" as LF only.  vim/gvim also
detect the line endings of text files you are editing and keeps them
the same for lines you change.

-Yonik