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SubjectRe: Changelogs on kernel.org
> BK reporting is keyed off of somehing called "dspecs" (for data
> specification). They are a lot like a primitive printf format.
> The default dspec for changes is
>
> ":DPN:@:I:, :Dy:-:Dm:-:Dd: :T::TZ:, :P:$if(:HT:){@:HT:}\n$each(:C:){ (:C:)\n}$each(:TAG:){ TAG: (:TAG:)\n}\n"

Nice!

The idea with the perl script was, I reckon, to merely provide a tool
thru which people could pipe the standard linux 2.5 ChangeLog and get
an output that suits their own eye. Something like

$ wget -q ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.5/ChangeLog-2.5.16
$ cat ChangeLog-2.5.16| CMODE=1 /usr/src/linux/scripts/cl.pl| less

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