>Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 16:35:30 -0800
>From: Brooks Davis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> Or am I just being rather denser than usual?
>No, you're entirely correct. However, this isn't my fault. ;-)....
OK; fair enough (and thanks for the reality check). :-}
So far, it (the patchset) seems to not break anything (which is a
moderately nice characteristic), and it looks to have some very useful
And yes, I think you (Broooks) are correct in judging that the -m (for
displaying the mediaopts, and then one per line) is probably better for
a separate patch.
I'll try to spend some more time with it over the weekend, but I
certainly see no objection to committing it as it stands presently.
I *may* try it out on -STABLE (not entirely altruism on my part; it
would make my life simpler).
David H. Wolfskill [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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advise, recommend, or support the use (save possibly for personal
amusement) of any product that is or depends on any Microsoft product.
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