libs/wine/Makefile.in: replace `wine` with @PACKAGE_NAME@
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Sat Jan 17 07:21:26 CST 2009
On Sa, 2009-01-17 at 14:24 +0300, Vitaly Lipatov wrote:
> В сообщении от 16 января 2009 Detlef Riekenberg написал(a):
> > On Fr, 2009-01-16 at 20:51 +0300, Vitaly Lipatov wrote:
> > > - version=`(GIT_DIR=$(TOPSRCDIR)/.git git describe HEAD
> > > 2>/dev/null || echo "wine- at PACKAGE_VERSION@") | sed -n -e '$$s/\(.*
> > > \)/const char wine_build = "\1";/p'` && (echo $$version | cmp -s -
> > > $@) || echo $$version >$@ || ($(RM) $@ && exit 1)
> > > + version=`(GIT_DIR=$(TOPSRCDIR)/.git git describe HEAD
> > > 2>/dev/null || echo "@PACKAGE_NAME@ @PACKAGE_VERSION@")
> > Your patch change also the minus to a space
> Wine 1.1.13 looks more correctly than wine-1.1.13, or not?
Even Wine-1.1.13 is dangerous, because unix is case dependent.
Try "git describe HEAD" for reference
The echo is used only as fallback, when "git describe HEAD" failed
You change the output of wine --version.
- A very high risk, that you break scripts, because of the space
- A high risk, that you break scripts, because of the different case.
You change the output of winetest
- Did you checked, that the parse script on winehq still works?
For changing "Wine" to wine", you can pipe through 'tr "W" "w"',
when every supported system has a working "tr".
By by ... Detlef
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