Steven T. Hatton
hattons at globalsymmetry.com
Sun Jun 6 04:22:06 UTC 2004
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On Saturday 05 June 2004 11:44, Steven T. Hatton wrote:
> How do I create a patch to send to the list. I don't have write access to
> the CVS, and I'm not quite ready to start posting. Remember, this is my
> way of learning to program in C++. :-) I did fix about five errors in the
> Doxygen markup, but I'm not sure how to prepar the patch. I'll keep
> looking, but a pointer to some documentation would probably save me some
I was feeling pretty dumb about this until I read the section "Handling
"Developing software with GNU"
"This manual is a tutorial introduction to the GNU development tools,
which include Emacs, Make, Automake, Autoconf, Libtool, Gettext, and
Texinfo. All of these tools are introduced in this manual to help you
become a contributing member of the free software community."
"_Believe it or not, I really don't know how to do that. I need a
volunteer to explain this to me so I can explain it then in this
And, BTW, I do know how to run diff, but I believe there is more to creating a
correct patch than redirecting diff to a file.
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