Am Donnerstag, 22. September 2016, 14:33:17 CEST schrieb Steve Beattie:
> (FYI, kmail seriously butchered this patch with line wrapping. 

I forgot to disable the automatic line wrapping in some of the mails in 
this series. Sorry for that.

> The one
> in your tarball set was better, but still had a fuzz line when
> applying.)

While the patches have a nice numbering, I more than once changed an 
earlier patch "10 patches later". As long as the following patches 
didn't break after those changes, I usually didn't rebase them. 
In other words: yes, I know about the fuzz line ;-)

Maybe I should look for a more automated workflow for handling big patch 
series (which would also fix the fuzz lines automatically) - but OTOH I 
hope that this is my biggest patch series forever ;-)


Christian Boltz
There's such a thing as real life? Is it packages for openSUSE yet?
Will there be a YaST2 module for easy configuration? Is it going to be
included in 11.2 or is it so complex it's going to have to wait until
11.3? More importantly, will it be on the DVD, or would people need to
use one of the online repos to download it?
[David Bolt in opensuse-packaging]

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