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SubjectRe: [PATCH] make miniconfig (take 2)
On Monday 21 November 2005 13:24, Pavel Machek wrote:
> Hi!
> > I'm hoping to get an ack from the kconfig guys first, hence the cc:
> >
> > But does it work ok for you?
> I was not even able to patch it properly :-(. Version against current
> -git would be handy.

Ouch. It applied cleanly against both -rc1 and -rc2. Ok, um...

Is there any way to extract a current patch against 2.6.15-rc1-git1 from the
git web page? I can get the most _recent_ diff at:

But that's just for one changeset. Possibly I can iterate through the
changesets to get all the diffs back to -git1 and apply them in sequence (if
that works). But the ability to right click and download one big rollup
patch would be really really nice.


P.S. I don't use git. Poked at it a few times, but I made the mistake of
reading largeish chunks of the git man page and the git glossary in an
attempt to get up to speed, and got a headache. Anything that can define
"clean" in such a way that I'm _less_ sure of the definition afterwards:
Learning git went back on the to-do list somewhere between cleaning behind the
refrigerator and sorting my book collection by author...
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