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Re: attribute warn_unused_result

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: Re: attribute warn_unused_result
Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2011 13:58:40 -0800
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On 02/03/11 13:30, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
> Paul, you didn't install the ignore-value.h header itself.  OTOH, you
> did commit unrelated changes to texinfo.tex.  Some bzr snafu?

Those were two separate commits to my branch, that happened
to be merged at the same time into the trunk.  The changes
weren't completely unrelated, as they both resulted from the
same sync from gnulib.  In the future I'll try to split these
things up better.

On 02/03/11 13:47, Lennart Borgman wrote:
> So what is wrong here, Paul?

Before, I was pretty cautious, and checked out everything
separately, doing a complete build and "make dist" and so forth,
before committing a change.

However, I was told I was being overly conservative
and inefficient, that this caution was getting in the way
making it convenient to do the Windows port,
and that it's better to just do a bzr merge
without the final check.  So I started doing that today;
but I broke things because I forgot to do a "bzr add"
before the merge.

Perhaps I should go back to being cautious.  :-)

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