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SubjectRe: [PATCH] aic7xxx bouncing over 4G
On Fri, Dec 20, 2002 at 06:59:46PM -0700, Justin T. Gibbs wrote:
> Those were committed in separate changes into our local Perforce
> repository, but I simply don't have the patience to replicate each
> individual change in Perforce into a BK change. Since all of the
> Linux universe likes stuff in BK format, I do what I can to accomodate
> them.

perforce can export unified diffs for each changeste-equivalent right?
for the sgi ptools SCCS we use internally I wrote a simple script
that extracts this diff, the commit message automates a BK checking
with this. This makes my job of keeping mainline in sync a lot easier
and preserves the fine granuality. And it works nicely although the
internal tree has some additional noise in it (kdb and HSM support).

> If it wasn't such a pain to get stuff into the tree, you would see
> smaller changesets.

Umm, getting smaller changesets in is not such a pain :) Linus has
stated very often that he prefers small patches that do one thing and
I 100% agree with him. Let me suggest we heel you out to get the
current update in (and I think with your latest slave_* fixes and/or
Doug's scsi_scan.c revamp it's time to get it in now) and you send
small, self-contained patches afterwards?

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