[PATCH] e2k arch support

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[PATCH] e2k arch support

Michael Shigorin
        Hello,
lua 5.3 builds for me on the Russian Elbrus (e2k) architecture
with the (quite trivial) patch attached.

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Re: [PATCH] e2k arch support

Michael Shigorin
On Tue, Oct 30, 2018 at 08:21:03PM +0300, I wrote:
> lua 5.3 builds for me on the Russian Elbrus (e2k) architecture
> with the (quite trivial) patch attached.

Guys, is it enough to send in the patch and wait for a while
or should I do something particular to make sure these two lines
land into the lua source tree?

TIA :)

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Re: [PATCH] e2k arch support

Andrew Gierth
>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Shigorin <[hidden email]> writes:

 >> lua 5.3 builds for me on the Russian Elbrus (e2k) architecture with
 >> the (quite trivial) patch attached.

 Michael> Guys, is it enough to send in the patch and wait for a while
 Michael> or should I do something particular to make sure these two
 Michael> lines land into the lua source tree?

I think you're confused about what exactly you are patching - your diff
does not match anything in the lua 5.3.5 source distribution.

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Re: [PATCH] e2k arch support

Michael Shigorin
On Wed, Oct 31, 2018 at 05:48:13PM +0000, Andrew Gierth wrote:
>  >> lua 5.3 builds for me on the Russian Elbrus (e2k) architecture with
>  >> the (quite trivial) patch attached.
>  Michael> Guys, is it enough to send in the patch and wait for a while
>  Michael> or should I do something particular to make sure these two
>  Michael> lines land into the lua source tree?
> I think you're confused about what exactly you are patching -

That was 5.3.4, apparently.

> your diff does not match anything in the lua 5.3.5 source distribution.

...and this was what I've missed, thank you; 5.3.5 just builds.

I-will-check-for-the-latest-version :)

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Re: [PATCH] e2k arch support

Andrew Gierth
>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Shigorin <[hidden email]> writes:

 Michael> Guys, is it enough to send in the patch and wait for a while
 Michael> or should I do something particular to make sure these two
 Michael> lines land into the lua source tree?

 >> I think you're confused about what exactly you are patching -

 Michael> That was 5.3.4, apparently.

It doesn't match anything in the 5.3.4 sources either?

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Re: [PATCH] e2k arch support

Michael Shigorin
On Wed, Oct 31, 2018 at 06:15:56PM +0000, Andrew Gierth wrote:
>  >> I think you're confused about what exactly you are patching -
>  Michael> That was 5.3.4, apparently.
> It doesn't match anything in the 5.3.4 sources either?

Argh, finally realized that it was a packaging addition
in the first place; originating from this one I think:
https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/lua/blob/master/f/luaconf.h

Sorry for the noise, you just do fine already! :)

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