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Re: New input method: bulgarian-new-phonetic

From: Glenn Morris
Subject: Re: New input method: bulgarian-new-phonetic
Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2012 19:09:36 -0500
User-agent: Gnus (www.gnus.org), GNU Emacs (www.gnu.org/software/emacs/)


> As far as I see, here, in Bulgaria, the most frequently used keyboard
> layout for writing in Bulgarian language is the new phonetic layout. It was
> actually issued as BDS (Bulgarian National Standard) in 2006. Oddly Emacs
> doesn't support it yet. That's why I made a patch to add it as an input
> method (modifying the leim/quail/cyrillic.el file). It works as it is
> intended to work and since I was happy with the result I committed the
> patch upstream (using bazaar as described in the EmacsWiki page).
> My question is how can I get to know if the patch successfully passed a CR,
> who's revisioning it and, if it's rejected, why.

Thanks for trying to contribute. I think there might be a
misunderstanding. You can't commit to the official Emacs repository
(http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/emacs/) unless you are a registered
member of the Emacs project. So I'm not sure where you committed your
patch. Perhaps you only committed it to your local copy of the Emacs

The right thing to do is to send your patch to address@hidden

Generally, explain what problem you are trying to solve, and how your
patch solves it. Ideally, provide a ChangeLog entry that matches the
format used in Emacs. We require a copyright assignment for non-trivial
patches, but you don't need to worry about that right now. See
etc/CONTRIBUTE for more information.

Finally, even if your patch looks good, it might not be possible to
apply it now, since we are currently in "feature-freeze" waiting for the
release of Emacs 24.1.

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