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Re: [patch] Only list pt-attr.c once in SRCS

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: [patch] Only list pt-attr.c once in SRCS
Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 19:15:33 +0100

   > > BTW, When sending patches like this - Should the patch be from
   > > the root?  I usually do that, but in this case, there's a
   > > ChangeLog in the subdir, so the ChangeLog entry is from there.

   > Doesn't matter.  If it's only touching one dir, I usually do
   > diffs in that dir.  We should check that, and because you use
   > context diffs, there usually isn't a problem even if the file
   > names happen to match.

   Did I send a context diff again? Sorry! I've been trying to make
   sure anything I send to this list is unidiff.

You could use the cvsdiff utility in cvs-utils [1] to generate your
diffs.  It extracts the ChangeLog entry, messages the output a bit,
and makes it all nice and shiny.  And then bind shell-command to
insert the output into the current buffer with some elisp hackery.

[1]: http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/cvs-utils

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