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Re: ls -v oddity with autosave files

From: Kamil Dudka
Subject: Re: ls -v oddity with autosave files
Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 18:27:46 +0200
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On Thursday 09 of April 2009 15:39:57 Jim Meyering wrote:
> Like last time, I applied your patch in gnulib before running coreutils'
> tests. I noticed the new resulting failure.

Apologize. The regression fix has caused another regression, it's ridiculous. 
An incremental fix is attached. What about merging the coreutils test suite 
into gnulib? The gnulib test algorithm is much more sensitive to these 
oddities. It compares each string with each other O(n^2) in contrast to sort 
with O(n*log n). It runs filevrcmp 3136x, but it still takes around 0.002s on 
my laptop. If you want to merge the tests, the second patch does it.


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