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JRHockney* 11-24-2006 08:01 PM

Can't update or access the new SVN
 
Is there a reason why I can't access the SVN repository to update my code? I finally got my code to compile *coughs*aftertakingg_crash.ccompletelyout!*cough* and now I can't update it. I end up getting an "error, can't connect to opensvn.csie.org" or something like that. I also checked the accessing the source code thread and tried that link. It times out. Any ideas?

razorace 11-24-2006 09:32 PM

Looks like the whole site is down. I guess we're going to have to wait and hope it comes back up soon.

ensiform 11-24-2006 11:29 PM

working fine here, and why might i ask did you remove code for crash stuff? i told you, you need windows headers. who on earth removes them ... ?

JRHockney* 11-25-2006 12:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ensiform
working fine here, and why might i ask did you remove code for crash stuff? i told you, you need windows headers. who on earth removes them ... ?

To answer your question: Amature coders who listen to tutorials that say to get rid of them and then can't find the right replacement files when they appearently need them again. This was a simple solution to get it compiling again so I can do basic experimentation thats at my level of coding knowledge until I can get the right files and figure out how to put them back in. Even when I do get those files in there, I'll still have to figure out why the code didn't compile with them in originally and how I can fix the problem without deleting them again. Rather than going through all that frustration, I'm fine with giving up some crash protection in my code temporarily so I can get back to making basic adjustments for testing and experimental gameplay purposes.

My role on this team is primarily design ideas, moderating, and beta testing and the only coding I really do here is for testing my own ideas and presenting them from an already partially tested fashion. I don't commit any of my code unless razor sees it first and is convinced it isn't a hack :p

razorace 11-25-2006 01:02 AM

Hocky, I'm pretty sure you'll recover those files if you just reinstall your Visual Studios. As for the original problem, I went back and attempted to fix it. It might work without any problems now.

Give it a shot and let us know. :)

JRHockney* 11-25-2006 03:15 AM

Ok, I'll have to try that when the SVN site comes back for me.

razorace 11-25-2006 04:54 PM

It seems to be back up. :)


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