There "might" be a specific manner to submit patches, solely for the book, but I am unaware of them.
(I should probably find out - being the Patch Manager and all...)
Anyway, the book's authors are members of this (dev) mailing list,
So the easiet way would probably be to simply followht epatch submission guidelines here;
On 20/06/2011, at 1:31 PM, Arpe, Kevin C wrote:
> I am a Subversion command-line tools user on Windows XP.
> Version string = svn, version 1.6.12 (r955767) / compiled Jun 21 2010, 16:00:59
> I wrote my own diff3 command batch file. We use it on my team to redirect merges thru KDiff3.
> When I wrote the command, the documentation available was slim. After my experience, I feel I can contribute to the redbean book for SVN.
> What is the correct way to do this for the SVN project? [Previously, I have made contributions to Apache Ant docs.]
> Many thanks,
> Kevin Connor Arpe
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