On Thursday, January 24, 2002, at 09:20 , Jeremy Higgs wrote:

> On 25/1/02 1:15 PM, "Kyle Moffett" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> I am attempting to create a slew of packages for Apache::ASP and all 
>> its
>> dependancies, should I create them all, then post to a single package
>> submission? Or should I post individually (like 15 different
>> submissions)?
> Not sure on this one... Would any of the packages be used by themselves
> without the need for all (most) of the others? If so, probably separate
> packages...

Yes, the packages are all useful modules from CPAN, just they aren't 
made yet and I need them.  On the other hand, I don't want to manually 
create 15-20 different items in Sourceforge to post them all, anybody 
else have any opinions?

> I usually extract the source tarball twice, and move one to 
> SOURCE-patched,
> modify everything in then, and then run 'diff -ru SOURCE SOURCE-patch >
> PACKAGE-VERSION-REVISION.patch'. However, if you had created files in 
> the
> patched directory, and want to include those (Say... Generating scipts 
> using
> autogen.sh, etc), you'd do 'diff -ruP' or 'diff -ruN'. Have a look at 
> the
> diff manpage for more info..
> HTH!

Yes it does! Thanks!

Kyle Moffett

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