Unused struct field bucket_mask (was: Re: [PATCH 04/11] Port: removed useless msg->cancelled == 0 checks.)
andrew at digital-domain.net
Sat Jun 18 02:17:14 UTC 2022
On Sat, 18 Jun 2022 01:49:56 +0200
Alejandro Colomar <alx.manpages at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
Thanks for the detailed explanations, I'll need some time to digest it
> > I just don't know how to trigger that code, i.e what unit config would
> > make use of this?
> Heh, good look triggering that! :p
> I guess you could add an abort there, and run the whole pytest (maybe
> even with some modules, if the base doesn't trigger it), to see if some
> of that triggers it?
Yeah, I had tried that, but good call on trying with modules enabled,
unfortunately it never gets into that if block. I think I managed to test
with all modules except ruby, the tests blow up there.
> >> I wonder how the world did this without grepc(1) :p
> > I have ctags set up for unit, useful.
> I read about it, but didn't feel easy to use. I just wanted to grep for
> stuff, without having to set up anything. Also, it works integrated
> with the editor, which is something I try to avoid (I don't like IDEs,
> and wouldn't want to transform vim(1) into one). The UNIX way (one-shot
> run, dump stuff into stdout) seems better to my taste.
Heh. I'm all for the UNIX philosophy :) it's really all I've used for
the past 25+ years!
So I do use it with vim, but it is quite un-intrusive, you wouldn't
even know it was there! Simply doing Ctrl-] will take you to the type
definition of what's currently under the cursor and Ctrl-t will take you
back. There's some other things you can do of course, but that's
Other than setting a theme (colo iceberg), a ruler down the 80 column
margin (set ruler, set cc=80) and having the current line highlighted
(set cursorline) and various autocmd's for C and git commits my vim set
up is pretty bog standard.
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