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Ticket UUID: 18cff45a4e210430e24cb38fc02efab1ded1df9b
Title: extras command not finding new files
Status: Open Type: Code_Defect
Severity: Important Priority:
Subsystem: Resolution: External_Bug
Last Modified: 2014-03-06 09:56:15
Version Found In: 1.28 [dda5b18b0d]
User Comments:
nobody added on 2013-10-31 15:51:31:

on windows xp with fossil [dda5b18b0d] compiled using mingw32, the extras command produces an empty list, while the binary downloaded from the fossil website lists all the extra files.


Z:\temp>fossil init example.fossil
project-id: 99829a416ae1c70f95fb67dbe11e34789f2cd5ed
server-id:  b1f13b7479b0b1b445dd5f8c6eb73358967b628e
admin-user: luisduarte (initial password is "e05114")

Z:\temp>mkdir example

Z:\temp>cd example

Z:\temp\example>fossil open ..\example.fossil

Z:\temp\example>echo some text >file1.txt

Z:\temp\example>fossil status repository: Z:/temp/example/..\example.fossil local-root: Z:/temp/example/ config-db: C:/Documents and Settings/luisduarte/Application Data/_fossil checkout: 4478a15ae3770b1e158990513ccc664901aa8040 2013-10-31 15:42:19 UTC tags: trunk comment: initial empty check-in (user: luisduarte)

Z:\temp\example>fossil extra

Z:\temp\example>fossil version This is fossil version 1.28 [dda5b18b0d] 2013-10-31 06:03:54 UTC

Z:\temp\example>fossil_127 extra file1.txt

Z:\temp\example>fossil_127 version This is fossil version 1.27 [13ad130920] 2013-09-11 11:43:49 UTC

jan.nijtmans added on 2013-10-31 21:39:37:
That might very will be a bug in MinGW. Which MinGW version are you using?

nobody added on 2013-11-01 00:24:00:
I use mingw32 with gcc 4.8.1 from, but I've compiled version-1.27 with it using the same options (TCL, TCL_STUBS and SSL) and the extras command works fine.

jan.nijtmans added on 2013-11-01 09:54:15:
Thanks! Yes, I can reproduce it (normally I use MinGW-w64, which works fine). This certainly is a bug in latest MinGW: The changes in MinGW break operation on Windows XP, that's why in fossil the compile flag -D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T was added. But apparently adding -D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T breaks MinGW's dirent.h functions.

I will create a minimal example, and report it to the MinGW people. Now marked as External_Bug. Conclusion: If you need Windows XP compatibility and <dirent.h>, don't upgrade to MinGW-4.0, but either use MinGW-w64 or an earlier MinGW version....

jan.nijtmans added on 2013-11-01 12:08:17:

Bug is reported to MinGW now:

jan.nijtmans added on 2014-03-06 09:56:15:

A solution for this bug is committed to MinGW-4.0's GIT repository (2014-01-30). See: