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SubjectRe: Linux-2.5.16
>> > <nico@cam.org>
>> > o [ARM 1110/1: fixes to the ARM checksum code
>> Not quite perfect yet, but I'm not too bothered - that used to be
>> [ARM PATCH]
>Now if only we knew which of the scripts Linus used. :)
>
>Matthias, is this regexp broken in the recent version of the
>script too?

I guess it still is "$_ =~ s/\[?PATCH\]?\s*//i;", which means
that it still is broken. There certainly are several solutions,
what do people think of "s/\[?[^\]]*PATCH\]?\W*//i;" ?
(Maybe a ^ at the beginning?)

Marcus

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