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Windows GUI for trunk building

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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #610 on: 03 / January / 2012, 23:26:43 »
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    thanks reyalp...
    while waiting for a reply, i was playing around with chdkshell (haven't been looking at this stuff for a while...) and i figured out how to change to all the different branches (including yours).

    so what is the difference?  are they different branches for different coders to test with?
    sx20is 1.02d

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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #611 on: 03 / January / 2012, 23:46:35 »
    so what is the difference?  are they different branches for different coders to test with?
    Most of them are obsolete. Others exist to try things out, or work on stuff that isn't ready for prime time. The only ones that are likely to be of interest to end users are the trunk and release-1_0.

    The reyalp-flt branch is being used to for some of the modules stuff before it goes in the trunk.
    Don't forget what the H stands for.

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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #612 on: 03 / February / 2012, 13:26:13 »
    Checkout latest trunk source from SVN, tried to use it in Shell.

    Got an error:
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    Line 2745 (File "..\CHDK-Shell-v342.exe"):
    Error: Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.

    Is it possible to use Shell with latest trunk?

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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #613 on: 03 / February / 2012, 20:56:49 »
    Checkout latest trunk source from SVN, tried to use it in Shell.

    Got an error:
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    Line 2745 (File "..\CHDK-Shell-v342.exe"):
    Error: Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.

    Is it possible to use Shell with latest trunk?
    v.3.42 works fine with trunk 1636 (latest as of this post).   Did you try to add a new port to the build somehow ? Or how did you add the svn check out the directory tree that CHDK-Shell creates ?


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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #614 on: 03 / February / 2012, 23:42:14 »
    Created a new folder CHDK-Shell/trunk/trunk1632latest/
    And checked out into it.
    Then tried to select this folder in Shell.

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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #615 on: 04 / February / 2012, 06:11:39 »
    @madman

    Check your directory structure below 'trunk1632latest' against another revision that does work.

    @waterwingz

    Thanks for filling in - only have access to an Ubuntu machine ATM

    wim

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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #616 on: 04 / February / 2012, 20:08:34 »
    Hmm, am I missing something?
    Had working trunk/trunk1631, then checked out latest trunk into that folder.
    In result Shell gives an error.

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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #617 on: 05 / February / 2012, 05:25:31 »
    Hmm, am I missing something?
    Had working trunk/trunk1631, then checked out latest trunk into that folder.
    In result Shell gives an error.

    Hi,

    I think I now understand your problem - maybe you want to import a revision that no longer is the latest ?
    I would do this as follows:

    1) goto the SVN "Browse source' page for trunk: https://trac.assembla.com/chdk/browser/trunk

    2) Near the top right of the page, find the input box marked "View revision"

    3) Type revision number followed by Enter

    4) Scroll down to bottom of page, at the center you'll find "Download in other formats: Zip Archive"

    5) After downloading find the zip - it will probably be called "trunk-r1632.zip"

    6) Rename it to "trunk1632.zip" and copy or move it to {CHDK-Shell install directory}/archives

    7) In CHDK-Shell, click "Unzip archive .." and select  "trunk1632.zip"

    Hope that helps,

    wim

    PS Adding an easier method to import 'back issues" is on my list - for the moment, however, I have other fish to fry:
    No access to a functioning Windows computer, and stuck in mountain snow (60 cm and still snowing)
    « Last Edit: 05 / February / 2012, 05:48:20 by whim »


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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #618 on: 05 / February / 2012, 10:37:19 »
    Will try to clarify using a question :)

    What I need to do in order to have latest SVN trunk working with Shell?
    IMPORTANT: tortoiseSVN is used  to get and update latest trunk.

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    Re: Windows GUI for trunk building
    « Reply #619 on: 05 / February / 2012, 11:28:21 »
    What I need to do in order to have latest SVN trunk working with Shell?

    Install the shell incl. GCC into a folder of your choice. Start the shell. The program does all settings for you. With an internet connection you get the latest trunk revision. Close the shell.

    Go into the trunk folder and create a new folder, e.g. trunk_work. With tortoise you can now checkout in this folder a copy of the recent trunk revision. Use this address for checkout: http://subversion.assembla.com/svn/chdk/trunk/

    Start the shell, click the button 'change' & select your created folder.

    msl


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