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Sun, 25 Apr 2004 14:33:19 +1000
On Sat, Apr 24, 2004 at 11:00:12AM -0400, Nathaniel McCallum wrote:
> Just wanted to give you some of the patches we use for parted. They all
> apply cleanly to parted-1.6.10. If you are able to merge these into
> parted (for the main distribution), please let me know. Also, please
> let me know if there are any problems with any of the patches. Thanks!
Thanks for the patches.
* assert: will apply
* hfs: not tested enough (regression tests, etc.) - will put in 1.7.x...
Does anyone disagree? If lots of people have been using it, I can be
* gcc-3.3: what's the problem it's fixing? Compiles for me without
the patch (gcc 3.3.3).
Those are 32, not 64-bit ints, so they shouldn't have LL on the end?
* 2.6-headers: #undef scares me... better to just avoid a name collision?
Also, this is from include/asm/, which is maintained in a very decentralized
fashion. This makes me nervous. Are we sure it's safe to do this?
I guess the kernel folks will want binary compatibility, so it
probably isn't going to change, but I'd like to hear the arguments anyway...
(eg: what about new arch's?)
* pyparted: weird patch. What is the Right Thing?
- Patches, Nathaniel McCallum, 2004/04/24
- Re: Patches,
Andrew Clausen <=