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[Gnu-arch-users] [BUG] Untagged files should always be warning (was: In

From: Matthieu Moy
Subject: [Gnu-arch-users] [BUG] Untagged files should always be warning (was: In which case does tla tree-lint issue an error for missing ID ?)
Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2004 00:51:32 +0200
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Harald Meland <address@hidden> writes:

> [Matthieu Moy]
>> Hi,
>> I'm filling-in the page
>> of the
>> wiki. 
>> in proj-tree-lint.c,  function arch_print_tree_lint_report, I  can see
>> two different cases :
>> * lint->warning_files,  displaying the message  "These files  would be
>>   source but lack inventory ids (`tla add' or a tagline perhaps?):"
>> * lint->untagged_files, displaying the  message "These apparent source
>>   files lack inventory ids:", and raising either a warnint or an error
>>   depending on the tagging method. 
>> Question: What is the difference between the two cases ? In which case
>> does this raise an error ? (I haven't been able to raise one !) 
> My guess is that with e.g. "untagged-source precious", which is part
> of the current "tla id-tagging-defaults" output, you would indeed be
> unable to produce these warnings/errors.

Was my  guess too, but  even changing this  line, I couldn't  find the
configuration in which this would be  an error. There must be one, but
I can't find it !

Anyway, with  the strategy "Keep it  simple", I think  tla should just
decide once and  for all that untagged source is a  warning and not an

(Unless  someone can  give  a valid  motivation  to differentiate  the
two, ...)


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