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Re: [linux-lvm] Broken compile scripts in LVM



Steven,

I have changed that in CVS (Branch: LVM_BRANCH_1-0) a couple of days ago
and announced that on lvm-devel (the list for patches and development
discussions). Jeremy A. Puhlman pointed it out on October 4th already.


On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 10:45:19AM -0700, Steven Dake wrote:
> Folks,
> 
> Some of the scripts use echo "string" > /dev/stderr when instead they 
> should be using echo "string" >&2.  I have attached a patch that fixes 
> this problem.  The result is that in automated builds, the stdout gets 
> stomped if you use the first technique (resulting in loss of logging data).
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> -steve

> diff -u3 lvm-1.0.5/scripts/iopver lvm-1.0.5-fixed/scripts/iopver
> --- lvm-1.0.5/scripts/iopver	Tue Jan 22 06:54:13 2002
> +++ lvm-1.0.5-fixed/scripts/iopver	Thu Oct  3 19:46:40 2002
> @@ -48,21 +48,19 @@
>  	sed -e 's/.*LVM_LIB_IOP_VERSION[[:space:]]*\([[:digit:]]*\).*/\1/'`;
>  
>  if [ -z "$ver1" ]; then
> -	echo "Error: iopver can't determine the IOP version from $file1" > \
<SNIP>
> -	echo "$new not found" > /dev/stderr
> +	echo "$new not found" >&2
>  	exit 2;
>  fi
>  


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