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Re: [PATCH] Setup postinstall logging - take 3?

On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, Brian Keener wrote:

> Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> > patch, though the CREATE_NO_WINDOW is probably overkill).  Could someone
> > familiar with the Windows CreateProcess mechanism make sure this is ok?
> > Also, this needs testing on Win95 again.  Brian?
> >
> Okay - I lost track now - does this still need testing on Win95 and do all
> patches need testing or is testing against HEAD good enough or what.
> You've been busy Igor and firing off revisions faster than I could get ready
> with my compile setback.
> Let me know what still needs testing on Win95 and an idea for a test plan if
> you have one - like try reinstalling these packages because their postinstalls
> will give us a good test.
> bk


First off, thanks for testing.
Secondly, this patch has just been committed to HEAD, so testing the HEAD
revision should be fine (for now).  The part that might not work on Win9x
is currently "#if 0"'d out, though.  If you could update to HEAD, edit, change the "#if 0" in line 185 to "#if 1", and test that, I'd
appreciate it.  The expected result is that no window is shown at all -
setup should just seem to hang for a bit while it's running postinstall
scripts.  You should be able to track its progress by getting a listing of
the /etc/postinstall directory and seeing scripts renamed to ".done".

You might also wish to apply the latest patch I sent
(<>) which adds
progress bars and runs postinstall scripts in a different thread.

Thanks again, and sorry for the confusion.
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