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Re: One patch per file ? (was Re: suggested pkglint change: error on missing comment for patch)
On Sat, Jan 03, 2009 at 09:23:03PM +0100, Klaus Heinz wrote:
> > we have one-patch-per-file as a rule - what about multiple unrelated
> > patches to the same (set of) files? Duplicate the comments?
> Did I miss something?
> I thought the rule was "one patch file in pkgsrc per source file".
> Otherwise there would have to be a way to specify the order different
> (ie. unrelated) pkgsrc patches for the same file should be applied.
That's one patch per file; you've misread. (But we do have ordering;
patches are applied in alphabetical order.)
I would really like to see one patch file per changeset instead of one
patch file per source file, with support for quilt or whatnot to help
manage them. But that's a big chunk of work that I don't have time to
David A. Holland
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