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From David Crossley <cross...@indexgeo.com.au>
Subject Re: [PATCH] new build targets
Date Wed, 23 Jan 2002 14:15:17 GMT
Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:
> David Crossley wrote:
<snip/>
> > I tried the "patchqueue-xdocs" target and that worked nicely
> > to get the listing directly from Bugzilla and create an xdoc.
> > Very good. However, i have not yet tried "build docs" to be
> > sure that all is OK with the generated xdoc (would you please).
> 
> It worked before submitting. I re-tried it from CVS it and the docs build
> (without the dynamically generated xdoc) fails for me during sitemap
> compilation:

I think that this is nothing to do with your patches.

<snip/>

> > I did not try the "patchqueue" targets that send notifications
> > to the mail lists.
> 
> Just did it. See if it shows up on the list.

Yes it did. Good to see - well done. 

> > 4) When this new functionality is properly settled we need to
> > add an entry to changes.xml
> 
> Never do by hand what the compy can do 4 you ;-) How about a new target that
> changes the changes.xml document based on the changelog?
> I'm working on it.

I would rather see deliberately hand-crafted entries in the
changes.xml document. Automated gleaning of changes from
the CVS logs would not yield sensible entries because the
CVS logs are for an entirely different purpose. Also it would
be too verbose, i.e. too many entries.

--David Crossley

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