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Re: Newbie Notes
- From: "Frank Ch. Eigler" <fche at redhat dot com>
- To: Craig Ringer <craig at 2ndquadrant dot com>
- Cc: systemtap at sourceware dot org
- Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2019 07:03:38 -0500
- Subject: Re: Newbie Notes
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> Aha. Makes sense.
> I can work around the PATH issues with @var etc by generating a .tapm
> script with the paths templated in, then use that in a tapset that defines
> the probe aliases etc.
> That'll work well enough that I think I can prepare a usable tapset for
And if that tapset is in a tapset directory, then the unused var
warnings won't be an issue.
> > OK, working on this bug.
> Cool. I dug through a fair bit of code without figuring it out, sorry :S
> Want me to open a github issue?
Nah, already fixed it last night. (We use sourceware.org/bugzilla.)
> I'll be stuck being backward compatible for a while so I had to work around
> it anyway...
Fair enough. When we release a new version, we do plop it onto as
many old platform versions as we can. So fedora30 etc. should get it,
within a few weeks.