On Thu, 26 Sep 2013 11:46:07 -0700 Eli Bendersky firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
2013/9/26 Eli Bendersky email@example.com:
Earlier this morning I had a slight tackle with a couple of the 3.4
(sorry everyone!). I fixed some problems in asdl.py - http://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/21d46e3ae60c - and used the 'with' statement. Some bots don't have Python 2.6+ and couldn't bootstrap Python-ast.h/c
- Should I always check-in Python-ast.h and Python-ast.c when I touch
asdl* ? The generated files are unchanged, it's only the timestamp that changed.
- Can we, in theory, use new Pythons for asdl* code, because
Python-ast.* are, in fact, checked in so they don't have to be rebuilt by the bots
We should have the buildbots run "make touch", so they don't need to run asdl_c.py.
How should we go about doing this?
Complain to Antoine I suppose. :)
[+ Antoine] Done :)
"make touch"? Wow, I'm learning new stuff everyday :-)
(what point is there in adding things to Makefile if nobody knows about them?)