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SubjectRe: a new arch feature "for Linus"


> The command is:
>
> % arch touched-files-prereqs REVISION
'arch' really isn't a good choice of command name:

Not it isn't. But the announcment I cut and pasted the example from is
out of date. In 1.0pre7 the command has been renamed "larch". The
command is really:

> % larch touched-files-prereqs REVISION

Also in the latest NEWS file and worth mentioning since some kernel
maintainers have complained:

* NOT DONE IN THIS RELEASE, BUT MUCH REQUESTED AND LIKELY TO HAPPEN

The directory "{arch}" in project trees should, at least optionally,
have a different name -- but this is slightly tricky to do in an
upward compatible way so I'm putting it off for now.

-t


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