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Re: possible patches for merging to 4.0
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- From: Peter Stephenson <pws@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: possible patches for merging to 4.0
- Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2003 18:45:50 +0100
- In-reply-to: "Oliver Kiddle"'s message of "Fri, 29 Aug 2003 16:10:40 +0200." <4262.1062166240@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Oliver Kiddle wrote:
> I went through the output of difflog.pl and the following is a list of
> patches which I think might be suitable for merging back into 4.0. Where
> I've not otherwise specified, patches are from Peter.
Thanks for looking. Go ahead and apply them, if you like. Translation:
I'm not likely to have time for this. However, I will get round to it
eventually. Some of them I'm surprised I didn't apply straight away.
_nice: remember what was committed was not quite the patch that appeared.
This is the failed autoload fix... I was pretty convinced that this had
to be correct to prevent some horrific problems, the more so the more I
thought about it, but Bart didn't seem quite so convinced, so I never
got around to committing it back to 4.0.
This fixes a minor memory leak when entering a subshell. Since it only
happens once in the subshell when you enter it, I vaguely thought it was
unnecessarily complicated to port back to 4.0, but it seems to be
working so it's probably OK.
I don't think zle -F was in 4.0.
I think this also applies only to 4.1, since 4.0 doesn't have the
(slightly hairy) fix that (( foo = ... )) didn't work if foo expanded to
something that couldn't be parsed as an arithmetic expression, even
though it correctly assigned it if it did.
> 16737 (Bart)
This fixed a problem with [ -d = ... ]. Bart's question never got
answered, but I don't suppose it will without some hairier test tests.
Peter Stephenson <pws@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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