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Re: [PATCH]: mknetrel builds Guile #2: debug
mmm, time for arch/subversion/another one of the recent pack of opensource /
free software revision control systems?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles Wilson" <email@example.com>
To: "Jan Nieuwenhuizen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "Earnie Boyd" <Cygwin-Apps@cygwin.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 10, 2002 12:42 AM
Subject: Re: [PATCH]: mknetrel builds Guile #2: debug
> Jan Nieuwenhuizen wrote:
> > Hrmm. If you're going to have nonstandard requests, it would be handy
> > if these somehow would be handled automagically. How dead is CVS
> > development, maybe they would take a patch?
> Deader than roadkill, IMO. I think they are in permanennt bugfix only
> mode (except for new features developed "in house" by the maintainers
> That's why I am investigating transitioning us to a cygwin port of cvsnt
> (no, it's not just for native windows anymore...)
> The thing about the ChangeLog stuff, is that it really isn't that
> non-standard. MOST projects dislike *patches* to ChangeLog files, and
> request that ChangeLog entries be sent in cut-n-paste form. This is
> because a patch to ChangeLog *never* (okay, ALMOST never) applies
> cleanly, since it is extremely likely that your patch will be queued up
> behind others, which ALSO affect the ChangeLog at exactly the same spot
> yours does: the top.
> I tend NOT to modify the ChangeLog at all -- I put my ChangeLog entries
> in a separate file, and paste that into the email by hand...