[patch] mkcshadow improvements

Anthony Williams anthony_w.geo@yahoo.com
Tue May 16 03:27:00 GMT 2000

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- ----- Original Message ----- 
From: Nathan Myers <ncm@cantrip.org>
> > >I don't have CVS, but here's the output from "diff -r" against
> > >the installed include directory (attached) 
> Building cvs and GNU diff is not hard, and is bound to be worth 
> your while.  
> > Hmm. Spooky. Maybe a 'diff -cp' between the following two
> > directories:  
> > 
> > 1) install directory with hacks
> > 2) install directory without hacks
> > 
> > This would be appreciated.
> A "diff -up" against the shadow directory contents might be a lot
> more useful.  Also, please place your changed versions second in
> the command line, so that it doesn't seem to show your version as
> the original and  the old version changed to match.  

OK, to keep you both happy, the results of diff -rcp (headers-diff2)
and diff -rup (headers-diff3) are attached.

> By the way, upon inspecting the diffs, the various *iso646* headers
> I  find in the existing tree are totally nonconforming.  Where did
> they  come from?  They should just be empty.  

They were installed as part of the egcs-20000501 snapshot.


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