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Old 10-14-2010, 12:43 AM
Diego Elio Pettenò
Default gentoo-x86 commit in sys-libs/glibc/files/eblits: pkg_preinst.eblit

Il giorno mer, 13/10/2010 alle 20.12 -0400, Mike Frysinger ha scritto:
> yet another reason (strace also readily comes to mind) i keep asking
> you to post fixes and/or notify maintainers (base-system/toolchain)

For your information I _am_ part of base-system, so at least for strace
you really can't say anything. I also told you before that if you want
to be notified personally you should add _yourself_ to metadata beside
the herd.

> instead of just committing things. pushd/popd do not write to stderr.
> so this change now echoes the dirs when people emerge it. plus, this
> really should be outside of the loop.

I admit the mistake, fwiw it was part of debugging:

pushd &> /dev/null


pushd 2> /dev/null

and then forgot about changing it back. So sorry to have added ... four
lines of noise on a merge log?

On the other hand if I left it to the same process I left my personal
problem with binary merging of glibc (i.e. no news about it in months),
the user who reported to me that glibc segfaulted during binary merges
would probably still be hitting the same problem. Hmm I wonder what's

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