[PyKDE] How to contribute to sip ?
sapetnioc at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 17:40:44 GMT 2006
But, only sip knows what files will be generated because it depends of the
input sip file(s) content. Moreover, only sip knows the exact structure of
the comments it adds at the begining of each file. This comments must not be
taken into account when comparing files (it contains date). If the comment
structure is changed in sip, the comparison algorithm must change. This is
why I think that this modification has something to do with what sip does.
On 2/28/06, Phil Thompson <phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk> wrote:
> On Tuesday 28 February 2006 3:10 pm, Yann Cointepas wrote:
> > Hi,
> > What is the procedure to propose modification to sip ?
> You've just followed it. :)
> > I need a feature
> > that I am ready to program. I would like sip to have an option to
> > a C++ file only if it does not exists or if it is different from the
> > existing one. This would greatly improve compilation time (using make
> > dependencies for instance) when modifying a small part of a sip project.
> > looked at the code of sip 4.3.2 and it seem that there is not so much
> > to do. I am ready to:
> > - Describe the changes I would like to do
> > - Implement these changes in whatever sip version is appropriate
> > - Give (for free) these changes to sip developpers
> > Tell me if it can be useful for other people, otherwise I will keep
> using a
> > Python script that generate the sip files in a temporary directory
> > copying only modified ones.
> I wouldn't accept this change as it doesn't really have anything to do
> what SIP does (although I readily admit that some of SIP's existing
> functionality also falls into that category).
> My recommended solution would be to use some sort of wrapper as you are
> currently doing. You could always put it on the Wiki.
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