How to update?

Asked by Kuzemko Aleksandr on 2008-07-05

I make
bzr branch lp:cuneiform-linux
some days before.
Now I wont to update repository to the last code snapshot
What command I must enter?
bzr ....?

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2008-07-18
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2008-07-23

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Thank you.

Thanks JussiP, that solved my question.

I probe compile on the amd64 gcc-4.3.1 -64 bit:

[ 67%] Built target rimage
[ 67%] Building CXX object cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/CMakeFiles/rfrmt.dir/sources/main/pagetree.o
In file included from /home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp:83:
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/hhh/lst3_win.h:889: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/hhh/lst3_win.h:889: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/hhh/lst3_win.h:890: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/hhh/lst3_win.h:891: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp:164: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp: In function ‘int ConsMess(const char*, ...)’:
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp:268: error: cast from ‘COPYDATASTRUCT*’ to ‘int’ loses precision
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp: In function ‘void TestKNOTT1(KNOTT*, LINE_KNOT*, LINE_KNOT*, Int16, Int16, Int16)’:
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp:343: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp: In function ‘int statis2(int*, int, int*, int*, int, int*)’:
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp:394: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp: In function ‘int GenAS(h_frame**, int, int, int, h_bound*, h_knot3*, int, h_as*, RECT)’:
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp:451: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp: In function ‘Int16 CreateTreePlainTxt1(h_bound, STRET*, Int16, STRET*, Int16, h_frame**, Int16, INF_TREE*, Int16, Int16)’:
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp:678: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp: In function ‘BOOL PageTree(char*, CRtfPage*, char*)’:
/home/starterkit/temp_cuneiform/cuneiform-linux/cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/sources/main/pagetree.cpp:1822: Warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
make[2]: *** [cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/CMakeFiles/rfrmt.dir/sources/main/pagetree.o] Error 1
make[1]: *** [cuneiform_src/Kern/rfrmt/CMakeFiles/rfrmt.dir/all] Ошибка 2
make: *** [all] Error 2

Please help

Jussi Pakkanen (jpakkane) said : #6

64 bit processors are not supported. Only 32 bit.

Jussi Pakkanen (jpakkane) said : #7

b

ashik.rock (ashik-rock) said : #8

hai,

im ashik

startx is not working in my ubuntu os

wat can do it

Yury V. Zaytsev (zyv) said : #9

I think your best bet would be to ask your question at the appropriate place (e.g. Ubuntu support forum).