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Re: Help with create_pipe_bidi

From: Eric Blake
Subject: Re: Help with create_pipe_bidi
Date: Sat, 18 Jul 2009 08:27:35 -0600
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According to Eric Blake on 7/17/2009 6:14 AM:
> According to Akim Demaille on 7/15/2009 6:44 AM:
>> I have tried to write a small test case for gnulib (made to be
>> eventually included there, at least it would be a useful sample).  It
>> shows the same problem, although somewhat differently.
> It's a nice start, and I'm interested in adding it to gnulib (if only
> because the m4 project also uses the pipe module, and more exposure to
> gnulib unit tests is a good thing).

Now that the gnulib bug is fixed and an improved test-pipe.c checked in
there, here's the patch series that I needed to get bison to use it; I
took your WIP patch, merged in the latest from master, and fixed some
other things along the way (such as upgrading to the latest autoconf
m4/m4.m4).  What do you think of this series?  How much of it (if any)
should we be thinking about cherry-picking into branch-2.5?

Do you want me to push this into savannah's candidate namespace,
overwriting your WIP patch?

$ git pull git://repo.or.cz/bison/ericb.git create-pipe-bidi

Akim Demaille (4):
      gnulib: improve prefixing.
      build: fix paths.
      build: ship the stamp files of the srcdir files.
      build: fix generation of man pages.

Eric Blake (5):
      Merge commit 'origin' into create-pipe-bidi
      Clean up non-recursive make.
      Import latest m4/m4.m4.
      Import latest bootstrap script.
      Use pipe module for more robust m4 subprocess.

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