[Surfraw-devel] New surfraw version
kyle at tyrfingr.is
Fri Oct 19 23:37:07 UTC 2012
I've done some tidying up of the autoconf source. One of the conventions
in newer versions of the autotools is to use the '.ac' suffix for the
configure template (I've explained further in the commit message). I've
done some formatting work just to clean up the source files to make them
a bit easier to read.
I'm doing my development on the kyle_2.2.9_rc branch, and will merge into
the 2.2.9_release_candidate branch.
On 12/10/16 at 21:37, Kyle Isom wrote:
> Okay, so I've created a new git branch for development,
> 2.2.9_release_candidate; it should be up on the server
> sometime tonight.
> I am currently taking a look at what we can do to clean up and/or
> improve the codebase. Some of the things I'm looking at:
> * Removing the TODO. git blame tells me the file originated in
> 2003 and was last modified in 2004. Either these are some things
> severely in need of doing, or (as I suspect), obsolete. I plan
> on zeroing out this file and using it for things identified in the
> release candidate planning.
> * I've mentioned poking around the automake source before; the
> naming conventions lead me to believe it's an older file.
> * I'll be looking through to see if I can hunt down any more bashisms
> or GNU-specific syntax; this has traditionally been a thorn in my side
> on other projects as I run a mostly BSD set of systems. I'd imagine
> other BSD users have run into some of the same issues.
> * Run through the entire test sequence and see which elvi fail, and
> ensure no issues crop up there.
> How does this sound to you all?
> Also, I have this new email address that is the default on my
> laptop; the old email address still works (as does
> kyle at surfraw.org ;)) Just a heads up in case you were wondering.
> On 12/10/16 at 21:39, Ivy Foster wrote:
> > On 16 Oct 2012, at 4:56 pm -0600, Kyle Isom wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > Hi! Kyle, sorry to double-post to you, but I neglected to CC
> > the list, alas.
> > > I was looking through the commit logs today, and it looks
> > > like the last version released was 2.2.8 in 2011/02. We've
> > > had some updates since then and I was looking at perhaps
> > > preparing a new release candidate.
> > > Ian, Ivy, Jason -- what do you all think?
> > Make it so!
> > Ivy
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