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Re: Build failure on M$ (using MSVC): Patch enclosed

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: Build failure on M$ (using MSVC): Patch enclosed
Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 11:49:27 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)

> The locate-dominating-file restricts me to see in folders that are in
> the hierarchy of my HOME folder only.

No, you can put them anywhere you want.

> at a different mount point and development tree in a different mount
> point. They do not share the same tree apart from the root '/'. If I
> (and other users) need to have default settings for the build tree, I
> would put it in the mount folder of the build tree. With the recent
> changes, it will never see is as the tree does not share my HOME.

Huh, what makes you think so?

> Ex:
> Build dir:
> /mnt/dev/build/users/dhruva/branch/...
> Home:
> /u/users/dhruva

You can plce your .dir-settings.el anywhere along
It probably will be ignored if it's higher than
/mnt/dev/build/users/dhruva since I guess the owner is different, but
/mnt/dev/build/users/dhruva/.dir-settings.el should work just fine.

> change some values (like CVSROOT for different projects) will have a

[ You normally don't need to set CVSROOT for each project. ]


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