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On Tuesday 15 July 2003 12:51, Jens Rehsack wrote:
> This usually went this way, even if I don't want to prevent you from
> asking the ports maintainer to accept/commit your patch. Usually you
> create the patch against mgetty, send this patch to the mgetty
> author(s). If they accept your patch and it's included into the next

The mgetty authors are the one who told me to try this patch. I don't 
think they'll include it in their next release since it is a "specific 
modem" issue.

> Nope, only directories and files which were in the cvs tree before
> and became deleted are deleted at your machine, too, when you've
> specified '*default delete' in your cvsupfile.

Hey, this is great :)

> No thanks, therefore is the questions@ list. AFAIK php has such a
> one, too, hm?

yep...

Antoine
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