>>>> "Klaus" == Klaus Berndl <Berndl>
>> Please send patches to xemacs-patches before commiting.
> Normally i can not reproduce at step 3. (see above) what changes i have
> made in detail and therefore i can't generate patched!
Klaus> To be more precise here: Of course i could generate patches
Klaus> which are simply diffs between the old-version (contained
Klaus> in the package-version <next> - 1) and the new version
Klaus> (contained in the forthcoming release as a XEmacs-package).
I think this would be valuable.
Klaus> But this will be often really large diffs/patches.
I just did
cvs diff -N -D 2003-03-24 xemacs-packages\ecb
and the resulting patch is 160KB.
Klaus> If this is desired i can of course send such patches to the
Klaus> xemacs-patch list!
I would like that. Others with a global package/core perspective have
an easy way to peruse through the changes and find potential problems
When people track down breakage they will often start by searching
xemacs-patches for a variable-, function-, or similar change.