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csup net  Deleted Deprecated Expired Ignore files touched by this commit A rewrite of the CVSup file updating client in C
Update to csup-snap-20060204:
- Don't use the C99 %zd format in fattr_encode(), it fails with a
  pre-C99 compiler and just prints "zd", which caused csup to send
  corrupted file attributes and get kicked by the server.  I have no
  idea why I didn't see this when testing on but csup
  now really works on RELENG_4.
- Completely revamp the file attributes computation when checking out
  new files and when updating them via diffs.  We now create the files
  with correct attributes.  If you've seen "SetAttrs" commands when you
  didn't use to see with CVSup, that fixes it.
- Rewrite mkdirhier() so that it works as intended and respects the
  umask setting of the collection.
- Fix a bad bug in proto_get_ascii() that made csup crash when there
  were no more tokens to eat.
- Rework the status file API so that it's always possible to determine
  if there was an error and to supply appropriate error messages with
  status_errmsg().  Use this new function in the lister, detailer and
  updater threads.
- Implement support for two new formats in proto_printf(), %f and %F,
  that are used to print encoded file attributes.  Use them everywhere
  appropriate to simplify code.

And probably a few things more that I forgot.

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