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Subject: [Lilypond-auto] [LilyIssues-auto] [testlilyissues:issues] Re: #5646 Switch to Python 3.x
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2020 14:00:44 -0000

"Jonas Hahnfeld" address@hidden writes:

(apparently I can't reply via email, so copy-pasting here)

Am Mittwoch, den 22.01.2020, 13:03 +0000 schrieb David Kastrup:

"Jonas Hahnfeld" address@hidden writes:

David, did you even carefully read my response?!? I'm doing exactly

No, you aren't. They are not supposed to be 3 separate Rietveld issues
but a single issue with 2 updates to it.

This means it will be impossible to update the individual commits.

Indeed. But the fixes on top tend to be small.

But I can do this if you insist.

It would be a bit hypocritical for me to insist since when digging
through the repository for a useful example, it turned out that almost
all of my merge-structured commits were, after all, mashed into a single
Rietveld review patch. But that's the course if you want to make life
for reviewers simpler in the way you indicated.

It's one use case of Reitveld-based review where our current setup does
not provide a satisfactory workflow.

This is what I get for
$ git log --oneline --graph 5385d029e3...92ae8d8679
5385d029e3 Merge branch 'issue3648' into staging
| * 703dca1fd6 Run scripts/auxiliar/
| * b570097f37 Issue 3648/7: Give several examples of durations without explicit pitches
| * 80e4d58800 Issue 3648/6: Regtest for rhythmic sequences.
| * f1163b25f8 Issue 3648/5: Explain isolated durations in NR "Rhythms"
| * 33dd448c34 Issue 3648/4: Let \displayLilyMusic deal with pure rhythms
| * 1a1c0afede Issue 3648/3: Pitchless durations inherit previous pitch when scorifying
| * 7958611915 Let copy-repeat-chord return the copy target for efficiency
| * 2527d43953 Issue 3648/2: Slight documentation amendment for RhythmicStaff in NR
| * 3dc88bc7db Issue 3648/1: Isolated durations in music sequences now
| stand for unpitched notes
fc830bf324 Interpret #{ -3 #} as postevent rather than negative number

So $ git bisect might pick up an intermediate commit (3dc88bc7db to
703dca1fd6) and ask you to test it. This might work in your example,
but actually not for switching to Python 3.x for the mentioned reasons.

In my experience, Git travels into non-mainline branches only if it "has
to". I have yet to land in one such side branch, but maybe I have just
been lucky.

David Kastrup

[issues:#5646] Switch to Python 3.x

Status: Started
Created: Thu Dec 19, 2019 06:15 PM UTC by Jonas Hahnfeld
Last Updated: Wed Jan 22, 2020 01:44 PM UTC
Owner: Jonas Hahnfeld

Switch to Python 3.x

Find and require at least Python 3.5 which will allow us to address
some deprecation warnings, most notably about the 'imp' module.
The major version 3.5 was first released in September 2015 and should
be available in all major distributions, including Ubuntu LTS 16.04 and
18.04 as well as CentOS/RHEL 7.x and 8.x.

Invidivial changes:

Full patch (with Patch Sets)

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