Gert van der Spoel
gert at 3edge.com
Sat Jul 25 18:05:53 UTC 2009
> -----Original Message-----
> From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org [mailto:interchange-
> users-bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf Of Darnell
> Sent: Saturday, July 25, 2009 7:39 PM
> To: interchange-users at icdevgroup.org
> Subject: Re: [ic] patch
> Gert van der Spoel wrote:
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org [mailto:interchange-
> >> users-bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf Of Darnell
> >> Sent: Friday, July 24, 2009 11:03 PM
> >> To: interchange-users at icdevgroup.org
> >> Subject: [ic] patch
> >> How do you patch IC. I sent a patch for IC and I never patch it..
> But I
> >> was wanting to
> >> know how you Patch IC.
> > "I sent a patch for IC" - where did you send this and when?
> > "I was wanting to know how you Patch IC" ... do you mean:
> > "How will a patch that I create, end up in the core Interchange for
> > to enjoy" ...
> > You can send the patch to this mailinglist.
> > The patch will then be checked/tested etc, changed/fixed where
> > and committed to the versioning system by one of the core developers.
> > Another option is to create your own git repository of Interchange,
> > your changes there and point the -users mailinglist to your
> repository where
> > the change is. A core developer can pull the change from there and
> add it to
> > the Interchange repository.
> > CU,
> > Gert
> No I mean if a patch is sent to me how do I patch my IC.
man patch (or http://linux.about.com/od/commands/l/blcmdl1_patch.htm, or
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