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[Debian-sf-devel] [ 101487 ] compiling stats

From: nobody
Subject: [Debian-sf-devel] [ 101487 ] compiling stats
Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 15:55:57 -0500

Support Request #101487, was updated on 2002-Nov-04 09:19
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Status: Open
Priority: 5
Summary: compiling stats

By: javes
Date: 2002-Nov-05 20:55
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Got it!!!
I was working with an older version and once I resynced, its
Yeeehhhaaawwwww!!! I'm in Debian-SF nirvana.
BTW, I'm thinking of tacking on an RSS widget for Debian-SF.
Each project will get its own.  In that way, you can get
project-related feeds into your project homepage.
Maybe, even have it get feeds automagically from the project
admins' blogs ala <a
href="";>O'Reilly network</a>.  
What do you think?
Is it worth pursuing or will it detract from SF?


By: robert.lamoureux
Date: 2002-Nov-05 01:46
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Hmmm...I'm assuming that you have the latest source tree 
and/or you have done a cvs update to get the latest stuff.

My stats stuff seems to have been committed by someone of 
the three CVS writers (lo-lan-do, Christian, or ?)  so you 
dont even need my patch file anymore.

The db_stats_agg.php file is actually moved into 
the /usr/lib/sourceforge/bin directory during the build 
(check the ./debian/rules file) for this.  The file is 
sourced from cronjobs/db_stats_agg.php

The sourceforge-db-postgresql file that gets put into the 
sourceforge-db-postgresql_2.6-0+13_all.deb package contains 
the file and if you do a dpkg --contents {debfile_name} it 
shows up on my build machine.

Again, assuming you have the latest source, I am at a loss 
to explain how you cannot see this in these files.  The 
original source tree definitely had this problem, but my 
patch (now comitted) has corrected this problem.

Please triple check (I know you must have already double-
checked) your tree (perhaps check it out again on a clean 
machine) and if you still have a problem, let us know.

By the way, my CVSROOT for getting the sources was 

Was that the place where you got your copy?

If you are using .deb files, where did you get them ? They 
should all have a version of xxx_2.6-0+13+... (note the 
trailing '+' sign)

- bob

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