dirk at haun-online.de
Sat Oct 23 21:25:38 EDT 2010
Btw, I didn't see an email for this commit on the geeklog-cvs mailing list. Can you please double check that you've set up your .hgrc file on the server? Please refer to the Trust and Notification part in the Using Mercurial article on the wiki.
Now, I had a few of my own commits not triggering an email recently due to the mailing list being "temporarily unavailable", according to the message I got when pushing. This happened a tad too often recently for my tastes. So can everybody please keep an eye on this and if it continues to happen, I may have to talk to pair.com about it.
Am 22.10.2010 um 17:23 schrieb "Randy Kolenko" <Randy.Kolenko at nextide.ca>:
> I posted a small fix to the mssql db layer. I'm on a project that is
> using the mssql db layer and found a small bug that has been in there
> since day 1 in the describe approximation routine. The stored procedure
> was fine -- it was the php code that had the issue. Not sure how many
> people may be using the mssql abstraction layer, but nevertheless, for
> 99% of those out there, this fix probably wouldn't affect any normal
> functioning Geeklog sites unless for whatever reason you're using the
> "describe" db function.
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