[Familiar] Git Not Getting
ndiscreet at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 22:39:17 PST 2007
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I build and ran the git-184.108.40.206 from source, but that produced the same
error as I had previously posted. I used the new stable git-1.5.0 and it
worked with this command test:
git clone http://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/git/git.git test-git-clone
But still when I ran this command:
git clone http://familiar.handhelds.org/git/familiar-build.git
It failed. I would think that it is a curl type error message if it
wasn't for the fact that it worked with one http port based git
repository. Here is the exact error:
/opt/local/bin/git-clone: line 300: 2038 Segmentation fault
git-http-fetch -v -a -w "$tname" "$name" "$1/"
That is the entire output.
Mac OS X 10.4.8 (G4)
Altoine Barker wrote:
> That is correct, Rene. I am attempting the monumental task of porting a
> build for Mac OS X. I think it is worth the effort and long overdue.
> Well, I do not know if you saw my post after this one showing that I am
> able to use git accessing the git port, 9418, but you are correct in
> that I am unable to access the http port, 80, for git. I am recompiling
> vanilla git as we speak. I have been preparing myself for this task with
> doing many personal projects with linuxfromscratch.org. I feel that by
> tooling around with that site, has helped give me a deeper understanding
> of the linux OS and how it works in general. Thank you for your reply.
> Rene Wagner wrote:
>> On Thu, 2007-02-15 at 11:00 -0800, Erik Hovland wrote:
>>> On Thu, Feb 15, 2007 at 12:24:07PM -0600, Altoine Barker wrote:
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>>>> I installed git version 220.127.116.11 using macports version 1.320. My
>>>> notebook is an Apple iBook G4 running Mac OS X version 10.4.8. The exact
>>>> package of git in macports is called git-core. I use this command:
>>>> git clone http://familiar.handhelds.org/git/familiar-build.git
>> This is most likely a problem with a broken or incompatible curl (the
>> http library used by git) rather than with git itself.
>> But either way, OS X isn't supported as a build host and will be quite
>> a bit of work to make it work.
>>> I noticed you did not give a destination directory. Have you tried
>>> adding that?
>> That's optional. For URIs ending in "foo.git" git will pick "foo"
>> as the destination.
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