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Re: [gNewSense-users] About Kernel/DocumentingYourWork

From: Mathieu Stumpf
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] About Kernel/DocumentingYourWork
Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2008 18:42:55 +0200

Hi everybody.

Here is the last version, which generates the line with the checked
files rate after a recurseive run. Let me know if there is no problem
with it. If it's ok I'll upload it on the wiki.

Le dimanche 30 mars 2008 à 18:29 +0200, Mathieu Stumpf a écrit :
> Ok, here is a new version of the script. What now works :
> * recognize file type (*.c, Makefile, etc.) if you find any none well
> supported file, please tell me
> * propose a recursive browse 
> * manage already checked file (but not directory)
> * generate report for each file checked, naming it like the wiki
> relative url, minus the "wiki:kernel/". It propose to edit the report
> with you $EDITOR (vi if this variable isn't set)
> What doesn't work yet :
> * generate the right wiki line after a recursive browse, so it tells the
> actual rate of work done in it (a (q)uit fonction should be add for
> that).
> * as it doesn't generate a line with the good rate, it proposes to
> browse a directory even when already 100% checked
> * put the bugy comportement you found here :D
> So test it, report bug, I'll try to make a fully functionnal version
> that we can release on the wiki this week.
> Le dimanche 30 mars 2008 à 16:11 +0800, Christophe Jarry a écrit :
> > Hi Mathieu,
> > 
> >  Good work, this will save a lot of time!
> >  A comment, thought, the file 'fore200e_firmware_copyright' in 
> > drivers/atm is unvisible with your script although it's a (non-free) 
> > license. I think you could differentiate the actions to execute 
> > regarding the type of file, i.e. '*.c', '*.h', 'Makefile', '*.data', 
> > simple files, etc to avoid this issue.
> >  Moreover, to complete this script, it should be able to search for 
> > files in subdirectories (run the script to drivers/sh to understand what 
> > I mean). Don't forget not to add files (tmp files) in the 
> > linux-2.6.24_12.22 directory as it would miscalculate the number of files.
> > 
> >  Christophe

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