sabre at nondot.org
Tue Dec 28 19:02:16 PST 2004
On Mon, 27 Dec 2004, Reid Spencer wrote:
> So, I opted for the smallest "big bang" commit that made sense.
> Hopefully this won't be too hard for Chris to review and yet it gets the
> bulk of the lib/System changes over and done with. Although you'll see
The changes look great, thanks a lot Reid!
> a log of commit messages, it turned out that the bulk of the remaining
> lib/System work was "remove this useless file". There are still some
> small improvements remaining to be made in lib/System this week but they
> should be very incremental and affect only a couple files at a time. I
> don't expect to be adding interface changes to include/llvm/System/*.h
> nor changing the lib/System #inclusion hierarchy so the VC++ 7.1 stuff
> should be safe to update based on the current CVS.
> Hope this is satisfactory to you both.
> On Fri, 2004-12-24 at 09:30, Reid Spencer wrote:
>> I'll see what I can do. However, I have to balance your need for "big
>> bang" change with Chris' fervor for incremental changes. Making a huge
>> change makes his review task harder. There are only seven files to merge
>> so at most seven change sets. I'll probably get these done early next
>> week. Sorry for the hassle, but I want to get lib/System simple,
>> complete and working so I can forget about it and move on. I'll be done
>> with this by the new year.
>> On Fri, 2004-12-24 at 08:06, Jeff Cohen wrote:
>>> And I had just fixed VC++ so that it *did* handle the dependencies with
>>> platform correctly... This means that each file in System you change to
>>> eliminate the #include from platform will require a corresponding change
>>> to System.vproj. I'd appreciate it if you got it over with all at once,
>>> otherwise VC++ support will be broken more often than not.
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