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Robert Moser II
2003-12-01, 21:44
When trying to view any version of HTTP.pm I get this message under the
check-in text:
Failure during use of an external program:

enscript --color -W html -Eperl -o - -

Python Exception Occurred

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line 2625,
in run_cgi
main()
File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line 2589,
in main
view_checkout(request)
File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line 1914,
in view_checkout
markup_stream(request, fp, revision, request.mime_type)
File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line 662,
in markup_stream
markup_stream_enscript(lang, fp)
File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line 493,
in markup_stream_enscript
enscript.write(chunk)
IOError: [Errno 32] Broken pipe


When viewing other modules I get nothing at all below the check in
comment. Perhaps a misconfiguration of the anonymous viewCVS access?

dean
2003-12-01, 22:05
Hm, yes. Looking into it. In the mean time, annotate and diff seem to
work...

-dean

On Dec 1, 2003, at 8:44 PM, Robert Moser II wrote:

> When trying to view any version of HTTP.pm I get this message under
> the check-in text:
> Failure during use of an external program:
>
> enscript --color -W html -Eperl -o - -
>
> Python Exception Occurred
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line
> 2625, in run_cgi
> main()
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line
> 2589, in main
> view_checkout(request)
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line
> 1914, in view_checkout
> markup_stream(request, fp, revision, request.mime_type)
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line 662,
> in markup_stream
> markup_stream_enscript(lang, fp)
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line 493,
> in markup_stream_enscript
> enscript.write(chunk)
> IOError: [Errno 32] Broken pipe
>
>
> When viewing other modules I get nothing at all below the check in
> comment. Perhaps a misconfiguration of the anonymous viewCVS access?
>
>

dean
2003-12-01, 22:10
Robert,

Did this work before?

-dean

On Dec 1, 2003, at 8:44 PM, Robert Moser II wrote:

> When trying to view any version of HTTP.pm I get this message under
> the check-in text:
> Failure during use of an external program:
>
> enscript --color -W html -Eperl -o - -
>
> Python Exception Occurred
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line
> 2625, in run_cgi
> main()
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line
> 2589, in main
> view_checkout(request)
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line
> 1914, in view_checkout
> markup_stream(request, fp, revision, request.mime_type)
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line 662,
> in markup_stream
> markup_stream_enscript(lang, fp)
> File "/home/cvs/public_html/viewcvs_0.9.2/lib/viewcvs.py", line 493,
> in markup_stream_enscript
> enscript.write(chunk)
> IOError: [Errno 32] Broken pipe
>
>
> When viewing other modules I get nothing at all below the check in
> comment. Perhaps a misconfiguration of the anonymous viewCVS access?
>
>

Robert Moser II
2003-12-01, 22:32
dean blackketter blurted out:

> Robert,
>
> Did this work before?
>
> -dean

I'm not sure, I know it works on the SourceForge site, but I don't
recall if I ever tried it when I logged in to use viewCVS.

I have a vague recollection of the view feature always being broken, but
I really don't know for sure.

dean
2003-12-02, 08:45
It didn't work, but now it does...


On Dec 1, 2003, at 9:32 PM, Robert Moser II wrote:

> dean blackketter blurted out:
>
>> Robert,
>> Did this work before?
>> -dean
>
> I'm not sure, I know it works on the SourceForge site, but I don't
> recall if I ever tried it when I logged in to use viewCVS.
>
> I have a vague recollection of the view feature always being broken,
> but I really don't know for sure.
>
>

Robert Moser II
2003-12-02, 17:59
dean blackketter blurted out:

> It didn't work, but now it does...

Well, mostly it works. Looks like it is cutting off some really long
files like HTTP.pm and Setup.pm.

Also, I just looked at sourceforge, and they seem to be running the same
version, but they have different view options, they let you select plain
text, markup (like what we have now), and the coolest, annotation. They
seem to be running the same version, except theirs is viewcvs.py instead
of viewcvs.cgi.

Robert

dean
2003-12-02, 18:15
Hm, I can see the bottom of HTTP.pm and annotate works for me....

They are probably running theirs as an independent server, rather than
in Apache...



On Dec 2, 2003, at 4:59 PM, Robert Moser II wrote:

> dean blackketter blurted out:
>
> > It didn't work, but now it does...
>
> Well, mostly it works. Looks like it is cutting off some really long
> files like HTTP.pm and Setup.pm.
>
> Also, I just looked at sourceforge, and they seem to be running the
> same version, but they have different view options, they let you
> select plain text, markup (like what we have now), and the coolest,
> annotation. They seem to be running the same version, except theirs
> is viewcvs.py instead of viewcvs.cgi.
>
> Robert
>
>

Robert Moser II
2003-12-02, 18:39
I totally missed the annotate option when looking at it previously.

Currently I get all the lines when using annotate, but it cuts off in an
inconsistant manner when using the view link. I can just hit reload and
the cutoff point will change. But it always appends the footer to the end.

dean blackketter blurted out:

> Hm, I can see the bottom of HTTP.pm and annotate works for me....
>
> They are probably running theirs as an independent server, rather than
> in Apache...
>
>
>
> On Dec 2, 2003, at 4:59 PM, Robert Moser II wrote:
>
>> dean blackketter blurted out:
>>
>> > It didn't work, but now it does...
>>
>> Well, mostly it works. Looks like it is cutting off some really long
>> files like HTTP.pm and Setup.pm.
>>
>> Also, I just looked at sourceforge, and they seem to be running the
>> same version, but they have different view options, they let you
>> select plain text, markup (like what we have now), and the coolest,
>> annotation. They seem to be running the same version, except theirs
>> is viewcvs.py instead of viewcvs.cgi.
>>
>> Robert
>>
>>

dean
2003-12-02, 23:11
Weird, I can't get it to cut off in Safari or IE6/Win.

On Dec 2, 2003, at 5:39 PM, Robert Moser II wrote:

> I totally missed the annotate option when looking at it previously.
>
> Currently I get all the lines when using annotate, but it cuts off in
> an inconsistant manner when using the view link. I can just hit
> reload and the cutoff point will change. But it always appends the
> footer to the end.
>
> dean blackketter blurted out:
>
>> Hm, I can see the bottom of HTTP.pm and annotate works for me....
>> They are probably running theirs as an independent server, rather
>> than in Apache...
>> On Dec 2, 2003, at 4:59 PM, Robert Moser II wrote:
>>> dean blackketter blurted out:
>>>
>>> > It didn't work, but now it does...
>>>
>>> Well, mostly it works. Looks like it is cutting off some really
>>> long files like HTTP.pm and Setup.pm.
>>>
>>> Also, I just looked at sourceforge, and they seem to be running the
>>> same version, but they have different view options, they let you
>>> select plain text, markup (like what we have now), and the coolest,
>>> annotation. They seem to be running the same version, except theirs
>>> is viewcvs.py instead of viewcvs.cgi.
>>>
>>> Robert
>>>
>>>