Nightly Windows build contains non-Windows files

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Stefan
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Nightly Windows build contains non-Windows files

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Sparked by all the recent z88dk discussion on WoS I decided to have a quick look.

I downloaded the nightly windows build and while unzipping got several warnings "Destination folder already contains processed file. Would you like to replace the existing file"

z88dk\include\X11\CVS contains two versions of each file:

Entries
Root
Repository

The Root and Repository files are identical but one of the Entries files contains:

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/X.h/1.1/Mon Mar 17 14:29:45 2008//
/Xlib.h/1.1/Mon Mar 17 14:29:45 2008//
/Xos.h/1.1/Mon Mar 17 14:29:45 2008//
/Xutil.h/1.1/Mon Mar 17 14:29:45 2008//
/Xz88dk.h/1.1/Mon Mar 17 14:29:45 2008//
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Whereas the other only contains the final D.

Probably not important - but not a nice start.
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Post by dom »

That's a weird one, it looks like there was an "x11" folder at one point in time that was replaced with X11. I've now deleted the local copy and hopefully it won't show up again.
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Curious about the discussion: is there a thear I could peep in ? :)
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Post by Stefan »

stefano wrote:Curious about the discussion: is there a thear I could peep in ? :)
Sure:

Cross platform development - http://www.worldofspectrum.org/forums/s ... hp?t=45686
Collision Detection in SP1 - http://www.worldofspectrum.org/forums/s ... hp?t=45569
Documentation for SP1 for Z88DK? - http://www.worldofspectrum.org/forums/s ... hp?t=45569
ANN: SP1 for Z88DK (aka splib3, Sprite Pack v3.0) - http://www.worldofspectrum.org/forums/s ... hp?t=11729

There was also a thread about Alvin's z88dk interfaces for the FZX font driver - but that does not seem to be located in the development forum.
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Post by Stefan »

dom wrote:That's a weird one, it looks like there was an "x11" folder at one point in time that was replaced with X11. I've now deleted the local copy and hopefully it won't show up again.
I saw the rename in CVS but did not match that to the contents of x11 and X11 both existing... it was the only obvious explanation for identical files (at first I thought entries and Entries, but they were both Entries).
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