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Re: FYI: test subproject ltdl [283]

From: Gary V. Vaughan
Subject: Re: FYI: test subproject ltdl [283]
Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2005 17:19:05 +0100
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Ralf Wildenhues wrote:
Hi Gary,

Hallo Ralf,

Thanks for the heads up.

* Gary V. Vaughan wrote on Wed, Oct 05, 2005 at 05:04:34PM CEST:

Applied to HEAD.

Doesn't work, unfortunately.

 Index: Changelog
 from  Gary V. Vaughan  <address@hidden>
* tests/ New tests for libltdl as a subproject with
        its own configuration.
        * tests/ Use it.
        * (TESTSUITE_AT): Depend on it.

No copy of posted, unfortunately.

Gah!  Pesky CVS... why can't it tell when I add a new file like arch?
(apart from the fact that CVS is so archaic and clunky that it has no
right to be in a modern developer's toolkit...)  Yes, sorry, I committed
without cvs adding, pushed my quilt stack and when I
realised I'd forgotten the cvs add, ended up committing a half assed
version of the file that had been touched by some of the patches in quilt.

As soon as libtool-2.0 is done, I need to write a 'quilt flush' that
automates this in much the same way as my tlaapply script, but with the
advantage of being able to run any cvs add/remove's before committing,
posting and synching...

But quoting some suspicious lines:

Actually, they make a lot more sense as long as they are applied after
287-gary-implicit-libtoolize-ltdl.diff (not yet posted for review, as
I'm still testing).

I'll cvs commit the right version of as soon as the testsuite
finishes its current run.  Sorry about that.

Gary V. Vaughan      ())_.  address@hidden,}
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