strk at keybit.net
Mon Jun 30 07:06:09 PDT 2014
Every time I run ./autogen.sh the "install-sh" file, which is
found in the repository, gets re-written. The most notable
-scriptversion=2011-01-19.21; # UTC
+scriptversion=2011-11-20.07; # UTC
So I must have something newer than whoever committed the file
in the repository had.
A couple of questions arise:
1) Should that file really be in the repository ?
We require to run ./autogen.sh anyway right after getting a copy of the
codebase from the SVN repository, so it would be recreated locally
According to r9062 (Feb 2012), the file was re-added in the repository
(after removing it at r9061) to support libtool < 2.0
Current debian stable ships libtool version 2.4.2:
Should we re-remove it ?
2) Does it start a commit war to commit the new version, if we have to
keep the file ? Regina on IRC already confirmed she gets the new
version too. Does anyone else have experience of running ./autogen.sh
NOT changing "install-sh" file ?
() ASCII ribbon campaign -- Keep it simple !
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