Fwd: -v should print also the revision number in repo
This would be a nice thing to do for the output of the COMPILER_VERSION()
intrinsic function if it's feasible.
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From: U.Mutlu <[hidden email]>
Date: Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:32 PM
Subject: -v should print also the revision number in repo
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currently -v (ie. gcc -v) prints these data:
gcc version 9.0.0 20180613 (experimental) (GCC)
It would be nice, when building from a repository that then the resulting
target should contain also the revision number (for example "r261543")
of the underlying repository, so that gcc -v then prints this info as well.
Maybe the respective revision nbr of the repository used (svn, git, ...),
or perhaps better: a new generic solution with a unique & common rev-nbr
for all repos (and non-repos): a new file with rev-info in the repo-root
could do the trick, IMO...