Issues 2010-01-05
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20710TASKtriageP1issues@sconsRelease forms for SCons code
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Bill2.0p0StevenSteven needs to contact the SCons lawyer and get this moving. It needs to be resolved before we release 2.0, so make it a high priority with a hard deadline.
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Brandon
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David
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Gary2.0p0Stevenagree
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Greg2.0p0StevenSteven needs to contact the SCons lawyer and get this moving. It needs to be resolved before we release 2.0, so make it a high priority with a hard deadline.
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Jim
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Ken
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Sohail
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Steven2.0p0SK
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25090DEFECTtriageP4garyoWrong bat file for VS2005?
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Deferred from last time
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Bill1.3p1garyGary - can you check with user to see if fixed by the rudolph checkpoint?
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David
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Gary1.3+docp1GaryHe should retest with the latest trunk (or better, we should put out the checkpoint and he can try that). Bill: I will do that.
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Greg1.3+docp1GaryUser says it's fixed on trunk, but doc should be in 1.3 release.
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Jim
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Sohail
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Steven1.3p1garyoseems like a vs revamp issue, or at least needs looking at to see if it is
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25180DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsJavaH builder breaks the Java builder with variant_dir
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Bill2.xp2 SEP 0001 +1 on issues for SEPs
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Brandon
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Gary2.xp2 SEP 0001 +1 on issues for SEPs
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GregSEP 0001 (dup 2536)Do we have an issue (or multiple issues) for tracking SEPs? Should we?
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Ken
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Steven2.xp2 SEP 0001 +1 on issues for SEPs
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25210DEFECTtriageP4issues@scons"No such file or directory" error on specific C++ project structure with suffix-free custom builder
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Billresearch p2meVerify test case and investigate
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Brandon
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David
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Garyresearch p2billwon't argue w/ Bill...
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Greg
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Steven2.xp2gut feel about priority, it has a test case
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25220DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconschained fs nodes don't support environment variable substitution
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Bill
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David
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Gary2.xp4agree w/ Steven, minor bug.
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Gregwontfix? Invalid?Indeed, it's a bit unexpected, but it's operating as designed. I can't see that we want to go there, although I could be convinced otherwise. Not core builder time, at least, but if someone else wants to tackle it...
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Steven2.xp4surprising enough that I'd call it an outright bug, but a lower priority one
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25230DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsDependent Builder exceptions in Configure tests are mishandled
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Bill +symlink +sconf_revampagree w/greg
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Brandon
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David
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Gary +symlink +sconf_revampagree w/greg. This seems complicated to me. (See also 2347)
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Greg2.xp3 +symlink +sconf_revampHalf of this problem is as he describes, but the other half is the symlink, which confuses SCons. Reconsider for sconf revamp after symlinks work.
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Steven +symlink +sconf_revampagree w/greg
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25310FEATUREtriageP4issues@sconsOption to force single-threaded build on one target
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Billfuturep2Yes. This would come in handy for a number of builds I've worked on over the years, including, but not limited to, compilers/tools which are licensed, linkers where memory footprint is an issue,etc
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Garyfuturep2useful feature to request. Let's keep track of it. Maybe a GSoC project some day?
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Greginvalid or wontfixJudicious use of SideEffect() can usually solve this, with some artificial dependencies so the parallel tasks aren't scheduled with the bulk task. (On the other hand, it's an interesting solution to an issue that's surfaced from time to time, but I just don't see how adjusting the parallelism could be scheduled.)
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Stevenfuture?p2i'd like to keep this as a feature request. it's potentially really really useful, because linkers on both Windows and Linux take *so* much memory and CPU that you really do want to single-thread them. Users are stuck between bad choices: use -j8 to get lots of compilation in parallel and have things screech to a halt on link, or -j1 to make the link run reasonably quickly but lose compilation in parallel, or else run the build multiple times to compile with -j8 and link with -j1. yuck!
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25320DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsBuild interrupted silently
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Bill2.xp2Steven?
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Gary2.xp2Doesn't look all that hard. Am I right that where he says "# it's my code" is basically a patch he inserted to get a traceback? If so, all we need to do is catch more exceptions there. (But not all, like he did, or we'll lose keyboard interrupt.) I could do it, or Steven.
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