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Re: re_compile_pattern change

From: James Youngman
Subject: Re: re_compile_pattern change
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2007 02:24:15 +0000

On 1/4/07, Paul Eggert <address@hidden> wrote:
Generally speaking, I find it easiest just to sync all of gnulib.
That's what everyone else does.  It's simpler, since you don't need
to worry so much about integration hassles within gnulib.
If you take gnulib snapshots, you can diff the gnulib ChangeLog
entries.  Admittedly there will be many entries for files you're not
using.  Or you can keep track of when you snapshotted gnulib, and use
CVS to find out what changed, by telling CVS the dates.

I have ended up modifying findutils' import-gnulib.sh to read a
timestamp and a list of modules out of a configuration file.  It then
checks out the indicated version of gnulib and uses the specified
modules.  Findutils is now using a recent version of gnulib, anyway.


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