X stuff

David Barron David.Barron at sas.com
Mon Nov 24 14:37:27 PST 2003


Yep, adding the version to the alfs tag took care of it.  Thanks.
Can you have something like this:
<download>
  <url>http://some.place/dir/</url>
  <file>this.file</file>
  <file>that.file</file>
  <destination>/tmp/</destination>
</download>
 
In other words, multiple files from the same url and to the same destination?
 
 

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: Kevin P. Fleming [mailto:kpfleming at linuxfromscratch.org] 
	Sent: Mon 11/24/2003 5:08 PM 
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	Subject: Re: X stuff
	
	

	David Barron wrote:
	
	>       <package name="MozillaFirebird" version="0.7.1">
	>               <stage name="Download">
	>                       <download>
	>                               <file>firebird-0.7-0.7.1.patch</file>
	>                               <url>http://mozilla.gnusoft.net/firebird/releases/0.7.1/</url>
	>                               <destination>/usr/src</destination>
	>                       </download>
	
	That's bizarre, your syntax looks OK from here. Are you sure you're running
	1.1.8 and not 1.1.7? Also your alfs element is not specifying the syntax
	version, it's possible the default syntax version in your .nALFSrc is 3.0 or
	lower, which would make the <download> element unavailable. You either need to
	change the default version in .nALFSrc or explicitly set the version in the
	<alfs> element.
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