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Re: [PATCH] Command line parsing of ls, tail and wc with genparse

From: Jim Meyering
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Command line parsing of ls, tail and wc with genparse
Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2007 17:07:46 +0200

address@hidden (Michael Geng) wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 07, 2007 at 09:47:31AM +0200, Jim Meyering wrote:
>> address@hidden (Michael Geng) wrote:
>> ...
>> > The text is partitioned exactly as it is in the existing code of tail.c 
>> > (I'm
>> > looking at a cvs archive copy from sept 9). This is from tail.c:
>> I think tail.c is still in sync, but...
>> Please don't use cvs anymore (use git instead).
>> Something went wrong with a git-to-cvs commit-export,
>> so that at least the cvs ChangeLog is out of sync with
>> the upstream git repository.
>> I'll fix it eventually, but the point is you shouldn't
>> rely on cvs being up to date.
> I retrieved the git version today and bootstrapped it with an updated cvs
> version of Gnulib. Unfortunately I still have problems to compile it. It
> stops with the following messages:
> ...
> gcc -std=gnu99  -I. -I../lib  -I../lib   -g -O2 -MT cp.o -MD -MP -MF 
> .deps/cp.Tpo -c -o cp.o cp.c
> mv -f .deps/cp.Tpo .deps/cp.Po
> gcc -std=gnu99  -I. -I../lib  -I../lib   -g -O2 -MT copy.o -MD -MP -MF 
> .deps/copy.Tpo -c -o copy.o copy.c
> copy.c:42:22: error: file-set.h: No such file or directory

I'll bet your version of gnulib is out of date, too.
Get it from git as well.

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