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On Tue, 2001-10-02 at 00:46, Andrew Morton wrote:
> Yes, sorry. It's turning out to be a lot of work keeping the master
> ext3 tree in sync with two (rather different) kernels, and running around
> after all the changes which are happening in (ahem) one of them.

Don't explain that -- I know :) I think all of us are wanting a
single-tree development kernel about now...

> We prefer to test a lot before releasing, and the one time I skipped
> that step was for 2.4.10, and it was the one which is broken. Sigh.
>
> Rob, I've added this patch to the download site for interested parties
> to use. http://www.uow.edu.au/~andrewm/linux/ext3/

Great.

> But for a merge with Alan we do have a few more changes backed up,
> and some more testing must be done. I'll try to prepare 0.9.11
> for -ac this week. I'm inclined to down-tools on Linus kernels
> for a while, wait for things to settle down there.

I'll be happy to test and do anything else I can. Thanks for the reply
and all.

> Thanks!

You are welcome :)

--
Robert M. Love
rml at ufl.edu
rml at tech9.net

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