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Re: cvs server: conflicts found in gcc/c-parse.c


>>>>> Jeffrey A Law <law@cygnus.com> writes:

> Removing the configure files is somewhat problematical since the end
> developer would have to know to go run autoconf in all the appropriate
> directories before he could configure & build.  Or we have to hack
> the toplevel configure script to go run autoconf.

Yep.

> And where does it put the generated configure files?

>   * If they go into the local source tree, then cvs will issue
>     warnings when you update your sources because your sources
>     will have files not found in the repository.

So add them to .cvsignore.

> These aren't issues for things like parser generated files which
> can easily live in the object tree.

I think they should still live in the source tree, and should be included
in snapshots.

Jason


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