[arch-projects] [dbscripts] [PATCH v2 0/8] PKGEXT fixup
eschwartz at archlinux.org
Sun Feb 18 17:29:31 UTC 2018
On 02/18/2018 12:17 PM, Luke Shumaker wrote:
> From: Luke Shumaker <lukeshu at parabola.nu>
> This incorporates and improves on work from 3 previously submitted
> patch sets:
> 1. My testcase patch, but
> - take Eli's suggestion to simplify db-update.bats
> - add another commit so we don't hit a bug in BATS
> 2. Renaming PKGEXT->PKGEXT_glob from my first fix patchset
> 3. Eli's fix/extglob patchset, but
> - re-order things between commits
> - also accept ".tar" (with no compression suffix)
> - use `old_pkgs=()` instead of `unset old_pkgs`
> - replace `[ -ge 1]` with `(( > 0 ))` instead of `(( > 1 ))`
> - db-update: use `readarray < <(... | sort -u)` instead of the
> O(n^2) op of using in_array in a for loop and appending to the
> - common.bash, sourceballs.bats: update to work with shopt -s
> extglob nullglob globstar; the tests needed updated too, not
> just the main code
> The last 3 commits aren't really related to the goal of the patchset,
> but I wanted to include all of the work from Eli's fix patchset.
> I don't mean to take credit away from Eli by re-working his patches (I
> credit him in the commit messages); I just wanted to make it clearer
> what is accomplished by each change, and how each of the changes
> relate to our goals; as well as actually testing each of them against
> the test suite.
No need to resubmit someone else's amended patches, or resubmit
not-amended patches with the statement "I've tested this" (you did that
for devtools). Please just leave comments on the submitted patch.
I can resubmit the patch with a "v2: fix blahblahblah" comment after the
commit message detailing what changed. I just won't have time until Monday.
This also makes it easier to keep track of *which* patches are rerolls
of previous patches.
Bug Wrangler and Trusted User
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