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TONYC TPF Grant 5 report #7

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From:
Tony Cook
Date:
May 25, 2015 10:21
Subject:
TONYC TPF Grant 5 report #7
Message ID:
20150525102057.GH25652@mars.tony.develop-help.com
[Hours]         [Activity]
2015/05/11      Monday
 0.63           #123998 research and comment
 0.65           #125147 review and comment
 0.97           #125121 review code, find it's fixed, propose for maint-
                5.20, comment
 0.32           #125147 review new patch, add to post 5.22 and comment
 0.65           #125150 review, test and add to post 5.22 branch, comment
 1.88           #123867 review new patch, comment
=====
 5.10

2015/05/12      Tuesday
 0.67           #123867 review new patch, testing, comment
 0.45           #124368 review discussion and briefly comment
 0.38           #30674 review discussion and close
 1.32           #124203 testing, debugging
 1.02           #124409 debug and post patch upstream, comment
 1.02           #124181 review, testing
=====
 4.86

2015/05/13      Wednesday
 1.28           #123998 backport possible fix for smoke, testing, comment
 1.25           #123867 work on make_ext_mk.pl
 2.57           #123867 more on make_ext_mk.pl
=====
 5.10

2015/05/14      Thursday
 2.88           review perldelta, some updates
 1.53           #123998 backport another fix, testing, push for smoke,
                comment
=====
 4.41

2015/05/15      Friday
 0.80           #123998 housekeeping, testing. Apply to blead
=====
 0.80

Which I calculate is 20.27 hours.

Approximately 10 tickets were reviewed or worked on.

bulk88's patch in [perl #123867] adds support for building perl in
parallel on Win32 using dmake's -P option.  I've spent some time
trying to improve it, but ended up running into limitations in dmake,
in particular it seems to call child makefiles with -S preventing any
parallel builds in the child.

If a GNU make makefile is added [perl #123440] in 5.23 this may
provide a better base for parallel builds, though the current version
referenced only builds using GCC.

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