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RE: [Pan-users] Re: Re: How to compile a snapshot ??

From: Travis
Subject: RE: [Pan-users] Re: Re: How to compile a snapshot ??
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 13:14:21 -0800

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> I actually got it done late last night, I will be sending the
> install package to Charles to be posted if he feels that it meets his
> standards. 
> It does have some memory usage issues and it actually crashed
> at around 95% on me when I was testing it on a large
> newsgroup but it is certainly an improvement.
> If you would like to test it I can email you the package, but
> no warranties if your PC catches fire etc..  ;)
> Thanks,
> Darren
> Duncan wrote:
>> Steve Davies posted
>> <address@hidden>,
>> excerpted below,  on Mon, 13 Feb 2006 17:29:41 +0000:
>>> I use Pan both on Linux and on Windows XP - Does anyone have a build
>>> environment that will build Pan for Win32 so I can have the same
>>> (huge) improvements on both systems. I can build on Linux fine. I've
>>> been using the binary builds from the pan website, but would like to
>>> move forward a sub-version or three :)
>>> I assume that MinGW or Cygwin are the way to go?
>> There's an active thread on it on the pan-devel list/group right now.
>> I'd suggest you pop over there and read it.  (The guy trying to get
>> it to work, as of yesterday, hadn't been able to yet, but if he does,
>> he's planning to make it available for download, either on the PAN
>> site or on his own.  I haven't yet checked the group today, tho I see
>> several unread posts.  That's my next stop.  Try if you
>> want to grab the list as a group, as I do, or wish to view it on the
>> web, as is possible if you don't want to subscribe to devel just for
>> that.) 

It crashed at 95% of what?

I don't think the Pan I am using (0.14.2) crashes.  Some times it stops
downloading and doesn't resume buy itself but I think it is my ISP's

I only use Pan for binary groups and eally like it.


Travis in Shoreline Washington

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