Subject: Re: grep-2.5.1a bug report: broken egrep and fgrep



How about we take a snapshot before such changes and make the tar
available somewhere with a date in the file name. When a reasonable time
passes and we are convinced that the changes are ok, these tars can be
deleted.

Cheers,

TAA

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Chair of the Dalhousie Student Chapter of the ACM
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On Fri, 26 Nov 2004, Stepan Kasal wrote:

> Hello,
>
> On Tue, Nov 23, 2004 at 10:35:17PM +0000, Julian Foad wrote:
> > Stepan Kasal wrote:
> > >I fixed it now in the CVS. (Sorry, Julian, that I haven't submitted it
> > >for review; I wanted to say that it had been already fixed...)
> >
> > That's OK. There is no need to submit a patch for review if you are
> > confident that it is correct.
>
> when I broke the rule, it wasn't that I'm so sure.
> My main reason was that it is a bit more complicated to submit it to review
> as it takes two steps (merge the two rules in the makefile, then change the
> merged rule). So I decided to check it in as two commits, with the risk
> that if any of you find a bug, we will have to check it in separately.
>
> I perfectly agree with both Jim and Arnold. But what would be my life
> without breaking a rule occasionally?
>
> BTW, when I get to the big bang with configure.ac and autogen.sh, I will
> probably do it directly in the CVS, and you will test it from there.
>
>
> I see no reasonable way to mail this as a patch. (cvs diff doesn't
> display removed files, right?) Or should I tar the whole tree and put it
> somwhere for testing?
>
> Comments welcome.
>
> Regards,
> Stepan
>
>
>







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