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Re: Keywords as hash

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2005-09-20 18:41:38 CEST

Julian Foad wrote:
> However, given the history of this issue, and as it's been much reviewed
> and revised, I'm going to offer to go out on a limb and put the ball in
> your court by committing this. If I do, do you think you can easily
> finish it within the next two days? (I will be here.) (Two days
> because, from what I hear, I think the 1.3 release is likely to be
> branched on Friday, three days from now.)

Thank you. I will also go out on the limb and do this on work time
(since I need it for work I don't have too much problem with that). I
should be able to get all three additional patches done by tomorrow
(assuming that there wasn't too much additional code change in those areas).

> It's not entirely clear, but I think steps 2,3,4 of the plan were
> intended to be just updating the rest of the code to use the new
> hash-based keyword handling functions, with no change in behaviour.

You are correct. The three subsequent patches are just propagating the
new functionality to two libraries and the client code (plus tests). At
no time in the process should any existing tests fail.

> OK, let me know if it's feasible to get it done in the next two days.
> If so, I'll commit part 1 straight away, or you can.

Please commit part 1 as soon as you have a chance and I'll work on 2-4
this afternoon.

Thanks for the trust...

John

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