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Re: Path to 0.92.1
Carlos R. Mafra wrote:
> You missed the bug fixes which happened on Dan's darcs after 0.92.0
> was out, and they are important too.
I did not take a look at the dan branch when I applied these. I had
limited myself to the Debian patches, and the WMCreateFont() bug you
> > changeset: 1579:b58506ad5908
> > summary: gcc-4 asm fixes
> This one you said that its author was unknown, but this patch
> was already in the post 0.92.0 development as commit
> from Vladimir Nadvornik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > changeset: 1580:2781a4dfcba7
> > summary: 64bit & endian fixes
> This one too, it was already there with known author.
I will update these. Thank you.
> > changeset: 1583:8a17d060d62a
> > branch: wm_0_92_0
> > user: John H. Robinson, IV <email@example.com>
> > date: Sun Oct 26 21:03:36 2008 -0700
> > summary: Fix keyboard freezing
> Hey, you missed the nice commit log which Pedro wrote to explain what
> and why he was doing that fix.
> I think it is equally important as the fix itself to have a good
> explanation of what someone is fixing!
Agreed, good commit logs are vital. I have that email. I will update
> Can you fix that?
> > These are the outstanding bugs that I am aware of. If there are any
> > more - please let me know. The branch compiles on x86_64 with gcc-4.3.2.
> Please take a look at the bug fixes after 0.92.0 was out.
> For example these:
> and a few others.
I will look over these and apply as required.
> I am sorry to perturb you about this.
> You deserve a really big big "thank you" too! :-)
You are welcome, and I would like to thank you for perturbing me! We are
all working towards the same goal, and I appreciate being told when I
made an oversight.
Please expect some volatility in the wm_0_92_0 branch as I back out and
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