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[bug#35388] [PATCH] gnu: julia: Update to 1.1.0

From: Nicolò Balzarotti
Subject: [bug#35388] [PATCH] gnu: julia: Update to 1.1.0
Date: Mon, 27 May 2019 20:06:15 +0000

Hi, thanks for the bump.

Sure but in the meanwhile they upgraded to 1.1.1 .-.

I promise I'll have a look again this week ;)


Il giorno lun 27 mag 2019 alle ore 14:27 Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden> ha scritto:
Hi Nicolò,

Did you have a chance to look into it?


Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden> skribis:

> Hi Nicolò,
> Nicolò Balzarotti <address@hidden> skribis:
>> One second problem regards the llvm patches. They should be generic (as stated
>> in the link in the patch, [2]) but are actually needed to compile julia (so I
>> cannot use pure system llvm, but I don't feel like applying them to system
>> llvm all by myself).
> OK.
>> The .patch files are available in the julia source package: is it ok to place them in the patches folder or shuld I fetch the julia source and extract them during build?
> It would be best if they could be downloaded from upstream.  For that
> you could use one ‘origin’ for each patch and use them directly in the
> ‘patches’ field.  Alternately, if that’s more convenient, you could add
> one ‘origin’ for the whole repository, and add an ‘apply-patches’ to the
> ‘llvm-julia’ package that would pick patches in the right place.
> Could you also try to provide a commit log listing all the changes that
> this patch makes?  You can read ‘git log’ for examples or see
> <>.
> Other than that I think it should be ready to go, and I’m really happy a
> newer Julia package is around the corner!
> Thank you, and apologies for the delay!
> Ludo’.

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