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Tony Hoyle wrote: > Torsten Martinsen wrote: > >> Tony Hoyle wrote: >> >>> OK there's a new 2.5.04 testing release. It's pretty much a build of >>> everything in 2.5.04 thus far. >>> >> Did a few tests, and: >> >> 1) :local: works without crashing now, but I still get the 'Couldn't >> open default trigger library: No such file or directory' warning. >> > > That sounds like your system permissions are set strangely. Might be, but then I am not the only one: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=1764797&group_id=48103&atid=451972 I am a local administrator on the machine, BTW. > The user > must have the rights to open the trigger libraries otherwise it won't > work (I thought I'd made that error fatal, since it screws up things > like keyword processing). > > AFAIK :local: has never crashed..? > Well, it has: http://customer.march-hare.com/webtools/bugzilla/ttshow_bug.cgi?id=5010&tt=1 (me) https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1801738&group_id=48103&atid=451972 (someone else) >> 2) I have previously reported that 'cvs edit' did not like a file with >> an apostrophe in its name, but it's actually worse now - you cannot even >> add such a file: > The easiest fix is just to make add the apostrophe to the blacklist. > It's not exactly been a major problem (I remember you mentioning it once > but nobody else has so it's not a common thing to want to put in a > filename). I mentioned it because a TortoiseCVS user reported it: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1788075&group_id=48103&atid=451972 BTW, you would be surprised what characters sales people like to put in filenames - apostrophes are by no means the strangest one. -Torsten