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Derek R. Price
Wed, 13 Jun 2001 10:17:20 -0400
Bear Giles wrote:
> diff -Naur --recursive cvs.orig/src/CVS/Entries cvs/src/CVS/Entries
> --- cvs.orig/src/CVS/Entries Tue Jun 12 17:42:11 2001
> +++ cvs/src/CVS/Entries Tue Jun 12 17:44:25 2001
> @@ -6,18 +6,18 @@
> /ChangeLog-97/188.8.131.52/Sun Jun 10 04:09:10 2001/-ko/
> /Makefile.am/184.108.40.206/Sun Jun 10 04:09:03 2001/-ko/
Thanks for your patches, but they are awfully hard for me to use. A couple of
1: Base them on the development version of CVS, especially for large patches.
are instructions on how to retrieve that via anonymous CVS at
2: Exclude generated file and files in the CVS admin directories (my diff has
--exclude= option to facilitate this).
3: Include ChangeLog entries.
4: Mail the patches to the lists as MIME attachments or use a mail reader that
doesn't wrap your lines.
5: Read and follow the rules in the HACKING file included with the CVS
It would be helpful if you'd resubmit these patches according to the above
Derek Price CVS Solutions Architect ( http://CVSHome.org )
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org CollabNet ( http://collab.net )
Predeterminism was doomed from the start.
- patch1, Bear Giles, 2001/06/12
- Re: patch1,
Derek R. Price <=