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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH 6/8] Makefile.maint: sync from coreutils



On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 05:12:16PM +0100, Jim Meyering wrote:
> You can ignore the patch numbering.
> There was yet another one adjusting po/POTFILES.in
> that I'm not bothering to post.
> 
> Probably not worth reviewing.
> Some of it is just factorization.
> Other bits reflect removal of coreutils-specific things (they're
> migrating into coreutils' cfg.mk (was called Makefile.cfg).
> On the other hand, a few are introduction of cu-specific bits,
> but that are enabled only if certain coreutils-specific files
> are present.  This is to make later merges easier.
> 
> I've made sure that "make syntax-check" still works.

ACK

If you're taking feature requests, one thing I'd like for the syntax-check
target is for it to print out the name of each check it is running. We've
got quite alot of checks and so it just sits there for a long time using
100% cpu and with no feedback as to what its doing. 

Daniel
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