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Carsten Lohrke wrote:
| On Friday 29 July 2005 18:39, Donnie Berkholz wrote:
|
|>That doesn't really make any sense. You could just as easily use PATCHES
|>if you ran s/patch -p0 </epatch/.
|
|
| Don't get what you want to say... I read Diego's comment as an ironic
one,
| that there's no need for the PATCHES variable, which is of course
true, but
| you don't have to write "src_unpack(){ foo_unpack ; epatch some_patch
}" just
| for a single patch. I'm a bit surprised by such a comment on this
triviality.

I just don't see how his comment had anything to do with PATCHES. It was
simply replacing a direct call to patch with epatch. Thus, your comment
doesn't make any sense to me, either.
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