On 03/01/12 10:09, Richard Frith-Macdonald wrote:
> On 1 Mar 2012, at 08:08, Gregory Casamento wrote:
> The NSData archiving change is backward compatible and don't need a new version.
> The archive format is not backward compatible, but we already bumped the archive version format to handle that.
> Riccardo's problem seems to be a Gorm file with a corrupt/incorrect archive version number somehow (it seems to have a version of 40000, when the archive version in base has only just been bummed up to 12402).
> I don't know what's going on there.
I can shed some light here:
the "4.0" version is a file version after an edit by Sebastian. So there
is soemthing strange on his gnustep version (architecture? endianness?
I retrieved the version before, created by me. It contains 1.25 which
was I think a temporary version of base, still equivalent to 1.23. I
edited it manually to 1.23 and it works. I will thus for now revert to
the older gorm file and patch the file manually to work around the
problem. But the bogus version of Sebastian needs to be investigated I