On 2/3/21 10:37 PM, dje--- via wrote:
> ... in preparation for adding ipv6 host forwarding support.
Please duplicate subject line, else this commit description as it
doesn't make sense.
Hmmm. Is this a bug in git format-patch/send-email?
I agree the current behaviour is suboptimal ... Perhaps there's an option I'm not adding?
Or does one manually work around this?
> net/slirp.c | 200 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-------------------
> slirp | 2 +-
> 2 files changed, 130 insertions(+), 72 deletions(-)
> diff --git a/slirp b/slirp
> index 8f43a99191..358c0827d4 160000
> --- a/slirp
> +++ b/slirp
> @@ -1 +1 @@
> -Subproject commit 8f43a99191afb47ca3f3c6972f6306209f367ece
> +Subproject commit 358c0827d49778f016312bfb4167fe639900681f
When updating submodules, please describe changes (usually -
when possible - a previous commit updating the submodule is
I can not apply your patch using either
fatal: bad object 358c0827d49778f016312bfb4167fe639900681f
I think that's expected until the patch has been merged from libslirp into qemu 's tree.
Samuel, how do qemu patches involving libslirp changes usually work?
Should I have held off submitting the qemu patch until the libslirp prerequisite has been added to qemu's tree,
or maybe I should include the libslirp patch so that people can at least apply it (with a caveat saying the patch is already in libslirp.git) until it's added to the qemu tree?