Hello Nobu,

Many thanks for your help.

Is the reason this has to be done with "make up" just that
it's otherwise impossible to get a reliable (e.g. everything
is really up to this revision) revision number?

Conceptually, it feels to me that updating should be
separate/separable from the make process, and the make process
should make sure that it has the right revision number.

Regards,    Martin.

At 10:22 08/09/01, Nobuyoshi Nakada wrote:
>Hi,
>
>At Wed, 27 Aug 2008 20:10:58 +0900,
>Martin Duerst wrote in [ruby-core:18398]:
>> But then I also discovered that "ruby -v"
>> returns "ruby 1.9.0 (2008-08-27 revision 15293) [i386-cygwin]"
>> whereas "svn up" says "At revision 18880". The file revision.h
>> doesn't seem to have been updated since January, and indeed
>> contains "#define RUBY_REVISION 15293". Any idea what went
>> wrong here?
>
>make up
>
>-- 
>Nobu Nakada


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