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Date: Sun, 28 Apr 2002 15:26:59 +0200
From: Lapo Luchini <lapo AT lapo DOT it>
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To: Mailing List: CygWin Apps <cygwin-apps AT cygwin DOT com>
Subject: problems with bitkeeper installer

Tie ago I tried bitkeeper... it's installer is very neat and works very 
well and uses cygwin "in the right way"... only it has a problem I've 
already reported in their bug management ssytem (it thinks cygwin it's 
installed in c:\cygwin\ also if I skipped installing it as I already had 
it in a different directory).

This is the tracking page: 

If anyone can give them a suggestion how to detect existance of a cygwin install and where to find it.. it would be useful for every cygwin user that wants to install bitkeeper.
(I bet it only needs to read a couple of registry keys, but I do not know since what version it is used and so...)

Thanks, Lapo

Lapo 'Raist' Luchini
lapo AT lapo DOT it (PGP & X.509 keys available)
http://www.lapo.it (ICQ UIN: 529796)

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