Paul Mackerras <> writes:

> On Tue, Jan 01, 2013 at 06:54:23PM +0100, Stefan Haller wrote:
>> Jason Holden <> wrote:
>> > I was testing some patches against the latest gitk, and noticed that when I
>> > click the mouse on the lines that connect the commits in the history graph,
>> > I get an error popup with:
>> >  Error: can't read "cflist_top": no such variable
>> > 
>> > Looks like this was introduced in gitk commit b967135d89e8d8461d059
>> >  gitk: Synchronize highlighting in file view when scrolling diff
>> A patch that fixes this was proposed over two months ago, and Paul said
>> he had applied it:
>>   <>
>> However, looking at git:// it's not there.
>> Paul?
> I just forgot to push it out.  It's there now.

I notice that I have a handful of commits that I haven't pulled from
your repository, and the last commit on your 'master' is about 20
days old.  Is it safe for me to pull these now?

I can teach myself that your push is your pull-request, but I do not
think we agreed to arrange it that way yet, so...
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