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8040DEFECTtriageP3issues@sconscommand str w/ only var name gives python stack trace
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consensusDeferred from last time
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BillresearchGreg or MeThe bug has some attached taskmaster trace files, could Greg take a look at them and see if they point at the cause of the problem (or someone else who knows the taskmaster and it's tracefiles)?
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Garyp4Bill?Originally my bug, but there are at least 2 decent workarounds there so I don't think it should be hi pri. I'll help if needed, but don't have any idea.
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GregdamifinoThis is a "lazy action." Although I rewrote the Action code, that was in the original. I didn't understand what it was supposed to do then, so maybe the original author should be consulted. 2404 below is probably a dup. I wonder if trying to make the command an implicit depencency is screwing things up.
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Stevenresearchbill?Go with someone who's already been looking at it. I wish the whole LazyAction thing (I think that originated with Charles Crain...?) hadn't been introduced. The intended use is just lazy evaluation of a $ACTION variable to mean a completely different type of action, iirc, but it's always felt like a creaky mechanism.
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24091DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsSCons API documentation broken
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consensus??? + docp3Gary
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Garydocp3garyI think this used to work, but it's broken now.Example: http://scons.org/doc/1.2.0.d20090223/HTML/scons-api/SCons.Script-module.html#Glob. It can be really useful. I could take a look at it if Steven gets me started.
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GregdamifinoI have no idea what this issue is trying to say. I suppose there are some people who find this overkill of automated detail useful, but I'm not one of them, so I'll defer to those who do.
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Stevendocp4???Need more info. He's probably reporting a real bug, but the index.html link he gave doesn't show it, and none of us has time to wade through the thing looking for it. Assign to: documentation draft choice, or packaging draft choice, or me
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24040DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsCrash passing environment variable as target for env.Program()
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consensusDeferred from last time
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BillI'm not sure it's exactly the same as 804, I think if we see a $BLAH.exe we should check for $BLAH having a .exe method and if not just do text subst? (BTW- Greg did you have a chance to look at the taskmaster traces attached to bug 804)?
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Garyp4defer to you guys, probably not hard though; has workaround
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Gregdup 804?Probably a dup of 804, evaluation of a lazy action.
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StevenresearchNot immediately obvious. Expect that somewhere in Builder.py we're tacking on the suffix and then doing the substitution, when we should be doing it in the opposite order for this case. Of course, a significant change like that may have ripple effects in the test suite that will need to be shaken out.
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24060ENHANCEMENTtriageP4issues@sconsHow to add source code generation actions in SConstruct
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consensus2.1p2gary +Easy
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Gary2.1p2gary +Easy
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Greg2.1 or 2.xp2who? +EasyWell, let's see. 'cat' catenates its arguments, so there's no reason to redirect the $SOURCE into it. And I'm sure you don't need all those Glob()s. But otherwise, a couple of nice little examples. I'm not sure if they should be with builders or scanners, though. Who can do it?
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Steven2.1p2 +EasyIt's definitely builder stuff, there's no scanners involved. I don't think it belongs with "Builders" though--if I were scanning the ToC looking for how to generate source code files, I wouldn't think to look in a chapter named "Builders." It should be in a section about "how to generate source code." Maybe an entry in the "how to do common tasks" appendix at the back?
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24080FEATUREtriageP4issues@sconsChange in Environment.Detect method
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consensussee notes
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Gary2.xp3 +Easyagree w/ Greg & Steven.
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Greg2.1 or 2.x?Who? +EasyUseful feature, Needs test and doc. If the OP can provide those, 2.1 p2 is feasible; otherwise 2.x p3.
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Steven2.xp3 +EasyAsk OP for tests and doc, dangle 2.1 p2 as an inducement.
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24100DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsScons PreProcessor::tupelize crashes on #define _(a) function(a)
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consensus1.3p2Who? +Easy
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Gary1.3p2Who? +Easyagree w/ Greg.
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Greg1.3p2Who? +EasyTrivial. Needs a test. High priority to get it off our plate.
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Steven1.3p2 +EasyAgree w/Greg.
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24120PATCHtriageP4stevenknightAdd an option for strict checking that all LIBS are present
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Garywhat Steven said, although this variable would probably produce false positives sometimes, it would also help with debugging.
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GregwontfixWhy? The command will fail with a better message. It's feeping creatureism
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Steven2.xp3Disagree. This is about the Scanner, and if SCons can't find the right library in the Scanner, the command line we pass to the linker may not accurately reflect why SCons thinks it can't find the lib.
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24130DEFECTtriageP4stevenknightFix expansion of scons variables in LIBS
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Garyneed more info, testcase, etc.
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