From: Artur Bergman Date: 20:37 on 29 Jul 2005 Subject: MacOS X and subversion Hateful operating system, unix eh? Stability eh? FOR FUCKS SAKE! So, not only is it easy to bring down the entire networking on the machine and cause a hung process, just do svn ls svn:// ip.that.will.timeout/ then hit ctrl-c a couple of times and in a different shell execute ifconfig BAM, your network will start to decompose... But then when it reboots, your entire filesystem, (I mean, sorry filestore) is fucked up, svk has lost it's config, mail.app has lot it's config and I have mysterious directories in /Users/ machtching my /username \d+/ crap crap crap, how can it crash? and how can it loose my data!!!!
From: peter (Peter da Silva) Date: 20:59 on 29 Jul 2005 Subject: Re: MacOS X and subversion > and how can it loose my data!!!! HFS+ is not UFS Hello, Apple, this isn't 1985. You're allowed to switch to a file system that's designed for reliability.
From: Luke Kanies Date: 22:33 on 29 Jul 2005 Subject: Re: MacOS X and subversion On Fri, 29 Jul 2005, Peter da Silva wrote: > HFS+ is not UFS > > Hello, Apple, this isn't 1985. You're allowed to switch to a file > system that's designed for reliability. "No! We were right then, and having been right then means that we'll be right forever!"
From: Aaron J. Grier Date: 04:36 on 03 Aug 2005 Subject: Re: MacOS X and subversion On Fri, Jul 29, 2005 at 04:33:49PM -0500, Luke Kanies wrote: > "No! We were right then, and having been right then means that we'll > be right forever!" apple II forever making life better and beeeeeeee heh teeeeer http://www.poofygoof.com/~agrier/attic/Apple_II_Forever.mp3 as well as http://www.poofygoof.com/~agrier/attic/Leading_The_Way.mp3
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