Fri Jul 9 17:19:44 CEST 2004
On Fri, Jul 09, 2004 at 05:56:13PM +0300, Matan Ziv-Av wrote:
>> Can you commit your patch to CVS?
> I am still not comfortable enough with this project (or with CVS).
You seem plenty comfortable enough to offer quite sensible patches!
As for CVS, the usual tutorial is good.
My favorite commands (for which I have aliases) are
cvs -z9 update -dfP ...
cvs -z9 commit ...
Of course, there are also
cvs -z9 add ...
cvs -z9 remove -f ...
Sometimes, I use
cvs -z9 diff -u -r 1.4 -r 1.6 foo.c
That's about all I use, most of the time.
> For example what about the change of arch/irq.h to arch/irqs.h?
In the hope that our code will be maintainable and mergeable
with upstream kernel trees, we have a policy of mimicking
what happens upstream.
> I did it in a few files in order to get the kernel to compile.
> Do you have an arch/irq.h file?
Oops. I have removed it from CVS (must be visible in the Attic on ViewCVS)
but indeed, an old copy remains in my build tree, that may have masked
mistaken includes that remain throughout the code.
Any reference to it must be removed, as in the upstream kernel.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Can you commit that change? ;-)
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