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Comment:Better description of the meaning of "bootstrap pedantic bat".
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User & Date: tangent 2018-09-26 02:40:52
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2018-09-26
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Exchanged explicit calls to several Autotools from bootstrap script for a single call to autoreconf. check-in: 4e0c38b0d8 user: tangent tags: trunk
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Better description of the meaning of "bootstrap pedantic bat". check-in: 8794732329 user: tangent tags: trunk
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Better explanation of "bootstrap bat" command in HACKERS.md. check-in: a75da9ed00 user: tangent tags: trunk
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    checking changes before making a public release.

*   `bat`

    Runs `bootstrap.bat` via `cmd.exe` for you, passing along equivalent
    options to any of the "*no*" options you give before it.

    None of the other options above have any effect on the generated
    build system files when you give "`bat`".  If you need those
    features, leave this option off.


    Passing `bat` stops all command line processing in the `bootstrap`
    script, so if you also pass some of the other options, "`bat`" must
    be last.
    
    The `bootstrap.bat` script is useful only when you intend to build
    MySQL++ with MinGW or Visual C++, and you are using Cygwin only as a







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    checking changes before making a public release.

*   `bat`

    Runs `bootstrap.bat` via `cmd.exe` for you, passing along equivalent
    options to any of the "*no*" options you give before it.

    Only the "*no*" options above have an effect on the generated build
    system files when you give "`bat`".  In particular, the files
    generated by `bootstrap.bat` make no distinction between "pedantic"
    and normal builds.

    Passing `bat` stops all command line processing in the `bootstrap`
    script, so if you also pass some of the other options, "`bat`" must
    be last.
    
    The `bootstrap.bat` script is useful only when you intend to build
    MySQL++ with MinGW or Visual C++, and you are using Cygwin only as a