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Re: [patch] two rcs-5.8 patches

From: Thien-Thi Nguyen
Subject: Re: [patch] two rcs-5.8 patches
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2011 20:17:15 +0200
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() Honza Horak <address@hidden>
() Mon, 24 Oct 2011 17:41:48 +0200

   > Please feel free to monitor the repo and ping me on 2011-10-15 if you
   > don't see them land by then.

   Just pinging since I don't see the rcs-5.8-newsvnsyntax.patch in repo so far

Here are the relevant changes:

* commit ad4e60e5891cb8b345dca593df97b298bf055c5a
  Date:   2011-09-16 00:14:08 +0200
      ident: Recognize Subversion "fixed-width keyword syntax".
      * src/ident.c (match): Accept additional colon after the first
      is found; in that case, also allow hash before final ‘KDELIM’.
      * tests/t391: New file.
      * tests/Makefile.am (TESTS): Add t391.
      * doc/rcs.texi (ident): Add blurb, footnote and link to
      describe support for Subversion "fixed-width keyword syntax".
      * man/ident.1in (DESCRIPTION): Add paragraph describing patterns
      recognized to support Subversion "fixed-width keyword syntax".

* commit 1b2350601db209cd8db1f122a8cb522eb6aacd68
  Date:   2011-10-11 11:55:53 +0200
      co: Add option ‘-S’ to enable "self-same" mode.
      * src/b-excwho.c (addlock_maybe): Rename from ‘addlock’; take additional
      arg ‘bool selfsame’; if true, don't distinguish who holds a lock.
      * src/b-excwho.h (addlock_maybe): Update func decl.
      (addlock): New macro.
      * src/co.c (main): Add handling for ‘-S’; use ‘addlock_maybe’.
      * tests/t630: New file.
      * tests/Makefile.am (TESTS): Add t630.
      * doc/rcs.texi (co): Add entry for ‘-S’ in table of options.
      * man/co.1in (OPTIONS): Add entry for ‘-S’.

They are both reachable from repo branch ‘master’.  If you do a "git pull"
but do not see them for any reason, please let me know.

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