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From Aram Mirzadeh <>
Subject Re: Patches patched... or something
Date Sat, 02 Mar 1996 02:59:50 GMT
> > Don't you think we should only incorporate the major changes in to the 
> > /CHANGES file?  Each small patch should only update the headers of the 
> > file they're updating.. no?
> Well, here's my point - the way CVS works, each change, even if it applies
> to multiple files, is applied at once. The script that mails changes to
> apache-cvs, for example, mails one email for each commit, no matter how
> many files. That same script could generate a CHANGES file, no?

Hmmm good point.  I thought you only do one change entry per commit that gets
added to a log file somewhere.  This mean if we want it to do the above (ie
entry per patch ) then a commit can't contain more than one patch at a time.
Semi-restrictive, specially since it's on your local system, but I guess we
could live with it.  Anyone have a problem of limiting the number of patches
to one per commit?


			       Aram Mirzadeh,

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