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Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 12:43:14 -0400
From: Christopher Faylor <cgf AT redhat DOT com>
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Subject: Re: setup.exe stalled?
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On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 02:56:56AM -0400, Charles Wilson wrote:
>Okay, I noticed two weird things:
>
>1) somethings flaky with the parser.  libncurses5 (for instance) shows up 
>in a category called "Base Libs" --- and does not show up in the "Base" or 
>"Libs" category.

This was a serious thinko on my part.  The setup.exe parser works as it should
rather than the way I thought it did.

To indicate that a package belongs in two categories, you do this:

category: Foo Bar

not

category: "Foo Bar"

The latter results in a 'Foo Bar' category rather than two separate categories.
I even got this wrong when I explained it to Gerrit Haase.

With luck, I've fixed both setup.ini and the 'upset' program which is used to
generate the setup.ini.

>2) There's no radio button for "Prev".  We got three labels (Prev, Curr, 
>Exp) but only two radio buttons.

Actually the button was there.  You just couldn't see it.  Why would you
want to go to a Previous version anyway?  Chees.

I figured that by making it invisible, I would stop the "Cygwin 1.3.3 doesn't
display anything when I type 'ls' but when I drop back to 1.3.2 it works fine."
type of "bug reports".  Maybe it wasn't that great an idea.

:-)

Anyway, this should be fixed now.  This was a result of my not moving all of the
top controls when I resized the window.  It should be fixed now although this
window is still too big for 640x480 screens.

>Other than that it seem to work okay.

Thanks for checking it.

One thing that I noticed is that if you cycle through the "View"
selections, when you come around to "Category" again, there is nothing
displayed for installation.

I don't suppose that anyone wants to look into this...

cgf

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