Re: [CVS] Hellish problems.

From: Mysidia (
Date: 10/30/02

> directory, then I go into the .cvsroot directory and create the

"Created CVSROOT?"

I hope that means you did a cvs init on .cvsroot -- cvs makes CVSROOT
and the version-controlled system files for you :)

> cvs checkout src
> Again, it whirs, and things go in just fine. Except, no Makefile! So, I am
> forced to swiftly configure, edit the Makefile and compile the mud. No

You didn't have to delete your src/ necessarily, you know :)

Makefile is generated from : if you've edited your Makefile
directly (bad idea) and haven't updated your, you could have

> problems, all is well. Suddenly, I get an error in the compile. Here's the
> error:
> showplay.c:62: `racename' undeclared (first use in this function)
> showplay.c:62: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
> showplay.c:62: for each function it appears in.)

How is 'racename' declared?

The stock showplay.c has no reference to racename.

CVS shouldn't have any effect on this -- maybe what had happened
is you broke showplay.c earlier and just weren't trying to
recompile it before.


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