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Re: Would it be possible to have a version of grub with all of Vladmir T

From: Vladimir Testov
Subject: Re: Would it be possible to have a version of grub with all of Vladmir Testov's patches
Date: Mon, 13 May 2013 14:07:02 +0400
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Most of the patches are included into the upstream.


Some patches weren't accepted and they should be slightly updated. Some of them are not adequate.


I think the only proper way is to wait untill I'll redo some patches that are not accepted yet. Then I'll sent them again to the mailing list. So the upstream version will contain proper and tested patches, which won't break anything.


Thanks for the attention.


Gerard, please tell me if there are some things which will make grub theming better. I'll see what I can do.


On Wednesday, May 08, 2013 08:22:17 PM Gerard Butler wrote:

Whenever I've made themes for grub I always get asked to do certain things which aren't possible with stock grub, but would be possible with his patches applied that Vladmir Testov has written. I've watched the discussion and know some have their bugs, but I think it'd be nice to have a branch with these experimental theme features applied. I'm not suggesting a fork or anything (as what BURG was), just a way for people to have an easier way to play with those features, or some sort of experimental theme package that can be applied easily by users. Perhaps, there could even be a plugin of sorts that a user could just easily install.



With best regards,


Vladimir Testov, ROSA Laboratory.

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