teekaysoh at gmail.com
Thu Apr 26 15:14:13 CDT 2007
On 4/26/07, TK Soh <teekaysoh at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 4/26/07, Andrei Vermel <avermel at mail.ru> wrote:
> > qct looks consequently for 'hg', 'hg.cmd', 'hg.bat' and 'hg.exe' in your path.
> > If any one is found, it is then gets called.
> > In your case 'hg' happened to be in the path, so qct tries to execute 'hg root'
> > without any success apparently.
> > To work around you can change order of checks for 'hg', 'hg.cmd', 'hg.bat',
> > 'hg.exe' in qctlib\vcs\hg.py.
> > A proper fix apparently should be to try to execute the various hg.* before
> > using one for real work.
> Why is Qct looking for 'hg' first? IIRC, windoze can execute 'hg'. It
> needs to have the usual executable extension, ie, hg, hg.bat, hg.ext,
> p/s: I cc the mailing list on this conversation, I'm sure some people
> will get some benefit from it, or provide their comments.
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