On Sat, Apr 05 2008, Mike Kupfer wrote:
>>>>> "Reiner" == Reiner Steib
Reiner> Are the patches you mention already integrated upstream in the
Reiner> v5-10 branch?
Ah, good question. It doesn't look like this one is:
2007-03-05 Mike Kupfer <mike.kupfer(a)xemacs.org>
* lisp/gnus-spec.el (gnus-parse-simple-format): Add required 2nd
argument to (setq dontinsert), using the fix from the HEAD
branch at gnus.org
I suppose this is this patch?
2004-01-27 Jerry James <james(a)xemacs.org> (tiny change)
* gnus-spec.el (gnus-parse-simple-format): Fix setq value
--- gnus-spec.el 5 Jan 2004 19:47:22 -0000 7.2
+++ gnus-spec.el 27 Jan 2004 05:55:53 -0000 7.3
＠＠ -665,7 +665,7 ＠＠
(list (car flist)))
;; A single number.
((string= fstring "%d")
- (setq dontinsert)
+ (setq dontinsert t)
(list `(princ ,(car flist)))
(list `(int-to-string ,(car flist)))))
Hm, (setq dontinsert) is the same as (setq dontinsert nil) in Emacs.
OTOH, setting dontinsert to nil is a no-op here.
I don't see this one, either. I don't know if Aidan has
someone on the Gnus team about it yet.
No. In the form discussed in
suitable for inclusion since it would break on Emacs.
I didn't look in CVS, but Katsumi Yamaoka said the third patch
something equivalent) is in the v5-10 branch (see
I don't know how you solved the problem in XEmacs, but I'd suggest to
check if you can use Katsumi Yamaoka's approach instead of a different
Though I keep forgetting about that pesky issue of compatible GPL
versions. That could delay things. :-(
Didn't you (XEmacs) decide to switch to GPLv3 as well? I seem to
recall Steven wrote something like this recently.
Reiner> So the answer to your question  is "yes".
Okay, great! I guess this means I ought to get on the ding list.
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says I should mail Lars to get
write access to CVS; is that still the right thing for me to do?
For getting write access, it's the right thing to write to Lars. If
you just want to add a tag, it might not be worth the effort. Someone
else (e.g. me) could do it on your request. On a second thought, if
you only sync with upstream releases, we don't really need
xemacs-pkg-* tags because it would be the same as the v5-10-* release
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