[PATCH] minor pthread fixes
Wed Jun 5 08:01:00 GMT 2002
On Wed, Jun 05, 2002 at 11:12:53PM +1000, Robert Collins wrote:
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>> On Wed, Jun 05, 2002 at 10:44:54PM +1000, Robert Collins wrote:
>> > Ok, Chris, whats the guideline in nuber-of-line before we need an
>> > assignment? Do I need to back out this patch (it's very few
>> lines, just
>> > spread over a few functions).
>> I'm not Chris, sorry
>That's ok, you being a RedHat employee and all :}.
>> , but the answer is basically something below
>> 10 changed lines is treated as "nonsignificant". There's no hard
>> rule, though. Basically, if a change is not only fixing a bug but
>> introduces new functionality, it's a "significant" patch, even if
>> it's changing less than 10 lines.
>Hmm. I'll look carefully at the remaining patches to see if there is new
>functionality or just bugfixes. The current one should be fine though
It sounds like it is ok. I trust your judgement, on this, Robert.
I'm willing to put the patch in the sources on a promise of an assignment
being forthcoming, too. I just won't pull the sources into our internal
repository until I get the assignment.
If Thomas wants to send me, via private email, a scanned, signed copy of
the assignment form that would be great, too.
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