2682Re: [antlr-interest] Re: Error reporting - Complete patch for 2.7.1
- Oct 3, 2000Monday, October 02, 2000, Michael Schmitt hath spoken:
>> Remember how often I said that =) (Not that this patch caused any troubleFirst rule of releasing software: release it ;) Doing last minute
>> of course (yet ;) ) just saying that I've grown a little suspicious of
>> small patches that really don't change anything even if I made them myself)
> That is probably the reason why the patch is not in 2.7.1. Of course, I am a
> little bit sad about that.
patches is very dangerous and as you saw the "one last patch"
stretched 2.7.1 for a few months! ;)
> But if I remember correctly, Terence offered toYou bet! I need to actually turn on my brain though for the exception
> release 2.7.2a1, didn't he!?
BTW, I actually prefer full files not changes. I have tkdiff, which
does a great job of telling me the changes whereas patch just says
"uh, i can't apply the patch" when my files change. Inevitably my
files will change before I can get to the patch ;)
>> Shall I include the C++ changes of this patch? Or you do all?Ric, how about you freshen your dev branch and apply Michael's changes
> I hope the patch will be put into the source repository as soon as possible
> because you can image I would not like to inspect it another times. Please
> note that there are also changes in the Java classes (this was said to be a
> prerequisite for code merging)
to check it out. Then I can take a look at the Java part etc...
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