Documentation Search Path Patches

Peter L erlang@REDACTED
Tue Feb 1 21:16:02 CET 2005

For FreeBSD 5.3 I found an erlang port to R10B-2. In the Makefile
I found out the email adress of the "MAINTAINER" (Jimmy Olgeni).
I emailed him to get your run_erl.c patch included into the port
for FreeBSD 5.3. When I last night installed 5.3 on my server at
home it worked perfectly alright (except for run_erl). With the
port I am now also able to attach with to_erl (after the run_erl
fix) which I could not do without the port...


> -----Ursprungligt meddelande-----
> Fran: owner-erlang-questions@REDACTED
> [mailto:owner-erlang-questions@REDACTED]For Sean Hinde
> Skickat: den 1 februari 2005 17:57
> Till: Brent Fulgham
> Kopia: erlang-questions@REDACTED; erlang-patches@REDACTED
> Amne: Re: Documentation Search Path Patches
> Hi,
> I also just spent some time playing with Darwinports for R10B-2, and
concluded that most of these patches are no longer needed - the doc path
does not have html in the middle of it.
> The only part I needed was the one for using "open" instead of
> "netscape".
> If I can figure out how to submit a patch to darwinports I will.
> Regards,
> Sean
> On 1 Feb 2005, at 08:10, Brent Fulgham wrote:
> > These patches have been reported a few times (and applied in the
Debian and DarwinPorts packages of Erlang.)  Could they please be
applied to upstream OTP so that package maintainers do not have to
keep applying the same patches?
> >
> > <brent.diff>
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > -Brent

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