[jsword-devel] Commit and update access to CVS
joseph.walker at gmail.com
Fri Nov 26 00:36:43 MST 2004
Thanks for the time you've spent on this Willie it's always good to
have more contributors, and thanks to DM for replying. You may find
that for larger patches the mail takes a while to show up - don't
worry if it is takes a day because it is probably simply caught by
mailman as "potential trouble" and needs a click of a mouuse to send
it on it's way.
On Thu, 25 Nov 2004 20:46:42 -0500, DM Smith <dmsmith555 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Willie, You can follow these instructions for making a patch in Eclipse
> and mailing it.
> 1) Right click on the project having the files that you modified.
> 2) In the context menu choose, Team -> Create Patch.
> 3) In the Create Patch dialog, choose Save in the file system and pick a
> location and name that you will remember. You can give it any extension
> you wish. I have always used .txt.
> 4) Click next and make sure that you have selected a "Diff output
> format" of "Unified" and also check the two check boxes "Recurse" and
> 5) Click on finish.
> 6) Repeat for any other projects that you have changed (make sure to use
> a different file name for each).
> 7) Zip up all patches and mail them to this mailing list.
> This is all there is to it.
> From here you can expect that one of us (probably Joe) will review the
> code, make changes to make it like the rest of the code, test it and
> check it in.
> Willie Thean wrote:
> >Thanks for explaining the process; I guess this is
> >standard for open
> >source projects. For newbies (someone like me :) ),
> >the process would be
> >1. Create a patch file (if you use Eclipse, see help
> >on "Working with
> >2. Post the patch file on the bug tracking system.
> >Do you Yahoo!?
> >The all-new My Yahoo! - What will yours do?
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