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Re: gnulib-tool.py

From: Dmitry Selyutin
Subject: Re: gnulib-tool.py
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2017 22:37:26 +0300

Hi Tim,

thank you for your kind words!
As for merging into master, I tried to do it, but didn't succeed: git complains a lot on whitespaces and similar stuff. I suspect it may be caused by custom git hook. Bruno, Paul, could you help me with merging? I suppose that right now almost everything shall be merged, except for the files I've added recently:


These files represent the development branch; I'm trying to cleanup and mostly rewrite the API. Could you help me with merge, please? If necessary, I can try using some kind of tool which formats the code automatically.

6 сент. 2017 г. 7:42 ПП пользователь "Tim Rühsen" <address@hidden> написал:
On Dienstag, 5. September 2017 23:35:54 CEST Dmitry Selyutin wrote:
> Hi Tim,
> that's exactly what I've done today. I've just pushed some changes into
> repository; could you please try the latest version?
> I didn't have time to integrate --no-changelog support yet (it seems it was
> either unimplemented before or appeared after project was completed).
> Thank you for trying the Python version; please let me know if it works for
> you or if there are some other errors to be fixed.
> P.S. I've started cleaning the entire code base, also rewriting some slow
> paths, but there is a lot of work to be done; stay tuned. :-)

Awesome, Dmitry ! \o/

Works like a charm on a quick test (will do some more testing the next days).

That's really *much* faster than  before.
real    0m34,265s
user    0m31,524s
sys     0m2,279s

real    1m20,295s
user    1m16,460s
sys     0m16,050s

The bottleneck now is autoreconf followed by libtoolize :-)

If you remove the gnulib-tool from branch 'pygnulib' and instead add a link
gnulib-tool -> gnulib-tool.py then one wouldn't have to edit ./bootstrap.

I just can't say how much I appreciate your work !

Regards, Tim

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