[erlang-patches] Re: small patch for tv

Dan Gudmundsson <>
Tue Dec 1 08:53:19 CET 2009


I have seen your email but havn't had time to look at the patch yet, sorry.
Git-patches are preferred in the future, it's simpler and we hopefully
won't forget them,
but even with git-patches we must have time to take a look them.

/Dan

On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 8:44 AM, Dmitriy Budashny
<> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 9:00 AM, Max Lapshin <> wrote:
>
>> On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 9:43 AM, Dmitriy Budashny
>> <> wrote:
>> > PS: I didn't use new git-based mechanism of proposing patches, because as
>> I
>> > said it looks like a workaround for me and not a solution.
>>
>> Dmitry, how do you think, erlang team, will apply your patch, if they
>> have already migrated to git?
>>
> Actually I didn't see any changes were done on the exact file, so I don't
> see any difference to pull it from git or to take it from the released
> archive file. (correct me if I've mistaken)
> Btw, yes I can branch from git, made a patch there, send a link. But
> 1) I didn't see any attention before, so I don't know if the other mail will
> be not directing towards /dev/null
> 2) I think about my patch as a workaround for problem which points to the
> exact places in code which do the harm
> And answer to your question: no I don't think so. But if I will see any
> words about `redo it in git`, I'll do so w/o any probs.
>
>
>> Maybe it is the time to stop using CVS?
>>
>
> Ehhh, is there any context for such a question?
> --
> wbr, dym
>


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