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Re: [BOOK] [PATCH] Niggles in Chapter 3

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-05 14:00:41 CEST

"Julian Foad" wrote
> Please could you read the file "HACKING" in the root directory,
> at least the parts of it that describe submitting a patch.
> In particular, it would be helpful if you could format your
> log message in the required way.

No-one responded to this on the user list, but it is kind of related to this

The HACKING document specifies that patches should be in unified-diff format
and that they should have a log message in a particular format. It does not
state how the log message should be included in the patch.

Looking through the dev list, log messages seem to be prefixed to the
unified-diff and enclosed triple square brackets:

Log message lines...

Is this an unwritten standard, a GNU standard, or something
else? Is the preferred patch format documented anywhere?

The reason for the question is that I want to propose some changes to TSVN
to make patches easier to create and apply. Obviously if there is an
existing standard then it should be used.


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