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[fluid-dev] Re : Re: How to upload Sostenuto patches for FluidSynth ?

From: CERESA Jean-Jacques ENAC/ENAC
Subject: [fluid-dev] Re : Re: How to upload Sostenuto patches for FluidSynth ?
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2015 16:08:39 +0100

>Patches can be attached to tickets.
I am ready to return patches resulting from gnu diff.
Please, what is the protocol to open ticket ?
Le 20/02/15, "jean-jacques.ceresa" <address@hidden> a écrit :
Thanks Adam for theses useful tips.

>Patches can be attached to tickets.

May I suppose that any kind of reasonable documents (i.e .pdf) are also allowed to be attached ?


Le 20/02/2015 17:19, Adam Majer a écrit :
>On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 10:31:54AM +0100, jean-jacques.ceresa wrote:
>>>Couldn't you just open a ticket with a patch?
>>Patches are "adding" or "changes" in files: fluid_voice.h,fluid_voice.c,fluid_synth.h,fluid_synth.c,fluid_chan.h,fluid_chan.c.
>>I can try to "copy/paste" this adding or changes in a ticket window. The
>A patch is created by a `diff` tool and applied with a `patch`
>tool. Or use git to create it. It is not created by hand.
>That's a patch,
>    http://sourceforge.net/p/fluidsynth/tickets/134/
>Patches can be attached to tickets.
>Also, in your original post, you should *not* reply to unrelated posts
>when starting new topics. Copy-paste list email address
>instead. Otherwise you are breaking message threading.
>    https://www.mail-archive.com/fluid-dev%40nongnu.org/msg03843.html
>You can see, your new thread is in the middle of a completely
>different thread...
>- Adam

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