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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Question about bug 8206

From: Andy Tai
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Question about bug 8206
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2006 15:48:56 -0700

I am not aware of any such prior patches or any objection to such a patch, but I am not knowledgeable about the time prior to me being the maintainer.
Maybe Tom can provide the definite answer...

On 9/27/06, Pedro Perez <address@hidden > wrote:

    While I was browsing through tla's bug database, I came across bug
number 8206. Basically the bug reports says that "tla changes -H" output
should define what all proper changes identifiers are. For example, and
I quote:

tla changes gives an output like

A path/to/file
D path/to/other/file
M this/file/was/modified

The meaning of the letters (A, D, M in this example) is not documented
in tla changes -H, but I think it should be."

I was thinking of creating a patch for this, and submitting it, but
wanted to ask first. Is there a reason to go against such a patch? Are
there better ways to do this? Has this been discussed before and it has
been decided is no good, or just no one has had time to write a patch
(In which case, I will do so)?

Ok, let me know what you guys think, and we will go from there,
Pedro Perez

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