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SubjectRe: offtopic: how to break huge patch into smaller independent patches?

> Its kind of offtopic, but I hoped that someone might have some pointers
> since the kernel developers deal with so many patches.
> I've been given a massive kernel patch that makes a whole bunch of
> conceptually independent changes.
> Does anyone have any advice on how to break it up into independent patches?

dirdiff is a great tool for this. I think its on somewhere,
but you can definitely find it in debian.

The new version is even better, I think Paul should do a release :)

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