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SubjectRe: IEEE-1394 problem on init [ was Re: Linux 2.4.21-rc1 ]
> Yes, and I miss why that matters. Let me see if I can make the idea clear
> to you:
> 2.4.22-pre5 some code
> 2.4.22-pre5-bk1 fixes
> 2.4.22-pre5-bk2 more fixes
> 2.4.22-pre5-bk3 still more fixes
> 2.4.22-pre6 fixes to date plus major changes
>
> So when a maintainer got something major it wouldn't go into bk (the
> commercial software database) until a new -pre, while the -bk patches
> available for download would get the fixes only.

What if a fix depends on a major-change-patch? What if a fix is itself a
major change?

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