From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-07-22 09:40:45
On Friday 15 July 2005 20:16, Andrey Melnikov wrote:
> Andrey Melnikov wrote:
> > - RegEx slash escaping
> > - Path without \bin is created only for msvc-7.1
> > - 8.0 autodetection using VS80COMNTOOLS
> > - Windows Side-By-Side manifests aren't used on versions other than 8.0
> > - Windows Side-By-Side manifests are used for EXE files
> > - alternate grouping for pre-8.0 optimization switches
> > - conformance switches are used for 8.0 too
> > I expect someone (hopefully Vladimir Prus) to get a diff against the
> > latest CVS, review the changes and submit them.
> Despite all the problems I fixed in this patch were confirmed,
> I don't see the patch neither integrated into BBv2 nor rejected. Am I
> really supposed to install DIFF, create a .patch against the latest CVS
> and submit it using the SF patch facility? Its kind of scary for me, but
> if I really have to, I will.
The primary problem was lack of time on my part, not any problem with the
patch. Using "cvs diff" can indeed help. For example, if you modify version
1.30 of msvc.jam, and send the modified version, while I commit versions 1.31
and 1.32, I'd need to do some manual actions to avoid overwriting changes
made in those recent revisions. With .diff, it's all taken care of
And no, using SF patch facility is a 100% sure way to get your patch ignored,
because that's extremely inconvenient. Posting patches is fine.
I'll take a look at your modifications now.
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