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Author ronaldoussoren
Recipients db3l, ned.deily, pitrou, ronaldoussoren
Date 2011-03-13.22:16:03
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I noticed this myself as well when building a fresh checkout, without 

This is because the header file and input grammar have the same timestamp, and which forces the rebuild.

That causes problems on OSX when you build with a different deployment target than the one used to build the python command on $PATH. 

I'm not familiar enough with mercurial to know if there is a way to ensure that the header file has a new timestamp when checking in an updated grammer (IIRC you could do this with SVN by first checking in the grammar file and then the generated files).

I'm +O on updating, it should be safe enough as developers should be carefull enough when updating the grammar file.
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