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From:
H.Merijn Brand
Date:
September 10, 2002 10:15
Subject:
Re: p4
Message ID:
20020910182602.42B6.H.M.BRAND@hccnet.nl
On Tue 10 Sep 2002 17:26, H.Merijn Brand <h.m.brand@hccnet.nl> wrote:
> 
> Actions to do:
> 
> + finish my YAPC talk
> + create a short (perl) script that shows me the unit
>   out of the Configure diff

l1:/pro/3gl/CPAN 127 > diff2unit.pl 17011 17041 17097 17156 17239 17278 17339 17489 17522 17671 17698 17715 17731 17739 17827 17866 17879
Reading Units 528
17011/  1
17011/  2
17041/  1
17097/  1
17156/  1
17239/  1
17278/  1
17278/  2
17339/  1
17489/  1
17489/  2
17489/  3
17522/  1
17671/  1
17671/  2
17671/  3
17671/  4
17671/  5
17671/  6
17671/  7
17698/  1 Extensions.U
17715/  1 d_modfl.U
17715/  2 d_modfl.U
17715/  3
17731/  1
17731/  2
17739/  1 prefix.U
17827/  1 usenm.U
17827/  2
17866/  1
17879/  1 gccvers.U
l1:/pro/3gl/CPAN 128 >

A good start. Andy patched in his meta-doc-patch, the .U files in
metaconfig/dist-3.0at70b [1]

Which files should *I* edit. the files there, or the files in metaconfig/U [2]
and how do the files in [1] promote to [2], and how does p4 know?

I guess that the promotion for [1] to [2] is like rebuilding metaconfig, and I
am to p4 edit the files in 3.0at70b

right?

> + backport the Configure changes
> + modify makedepend to `tag' the units
> + modify makedepend to incorporate Andy's CBU wishes
> + find out how those changes can actually be used :)

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