Marco Beishuizen <mbeis%xs4all.nl@localhost> writes: > I've updated the makefile and distinfo of mail/alpine in order to > update it to 2.21. Alpine 2.21 builds/installs/runs on my local > machine now, but I'd like to send a patch to NetBSD to update the > pkgsrc tree. > > I'll probably have to create a diff and send a bugreport, but how to > do this in NetBSD? Two options: run cvs diff (with -N if needed, e.g. if you created patches). Also write the commit message that should be used, if you can. use send-pr to send this. get an account for pkgsrc-wip, described at http://pkgsrc.org/wip/ and commit an updated version. Place in COMMIT_MESSAGE or similar the text that should be used for the commit to pkgsrc proper. After verifying it with pkglint and building with PKG_DEVELOPER=yes, feel free to send a note here. The first option is the traditional path. A number of people with commit access to pkgsrc prefer the second option.
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