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Re: Submission process for libtool?

From: Sam James
Subject: Re: Submission process for libtool?
Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2022 02:20:34 +0100

> On 31 Mar 2022, at 21:42, Richard Purdie <> 
> wrote:
> Hi,
> It was great to see a libtool release, thanks for that!
> I upgraded Yocto Project to it in time for our LTS release:
> so far things seem reasonable, we've had a few minor issues but they're not
> really libtool's fault or concern. One interesting quirk was that the shell
> script optimisation changes made between 2.4.6 and 2.4.7 resulted in very long
> (6,000+ character) pathnames being passed to the C library functions. This 
> upset
> our fakeroot emulation but we've fixed that to workaround the issue.

Nice and smooth so far as well here.

> Yocto Project is carrying a few patches. I did clean them up and shared many 
> of
> them in October:
> Some are more important than others and there what I believe are good bug 
> fixes
> in there. My questions:
> a) Is there a possibility these could be considered for merging?
> [snip]

Thanks for asking this and am wondering the same thing. Hoping for your patches
to get in (as Yocto's needs often align with ours) and then I plan on revisiting
our (Gentoo's) stack.

> Thanks,
> Richard


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