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From Bill Stoddard <b...@wstoddard.com>
Subject Re: Commit MSVC++ fixes?
Date Mon, 26 Jul 2004 16:13:05 GMT
Ed Holyat wrote:

> There was additional patches attached to the bug(30103) submitted by Craig
> Rodrigues
> - Changes to compile from inside of MSVC++
> - Purified - They included run time errors from vars that were not
> initialized.
> - A change to the pipe test to fail the test before hanging the test suite.


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We would really like to accept your contributions but as Justin(?) pointed out earlier, this
statement attached to your email prevents me from even looking at your patches much less committing
them to 
the repository.  I think the solution would be for you to get permission to contribute to
the APR project from 
your employer and have them sign a corporate CLA (Contributor's License Agreement).


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