I have a simple patch to fix an annoying bug in pcl-cvs - in
particular, if you hit `a'to do a cvs add, then, prior to committing,
hit `g' to update the *cvs* buffer, you get a bunch of parser errors,
coming from the lines
Working revision: New file!
Repository revision: No revision control file
which the pcl-cvs parser does not know how to handle (it's looking for
a regexp which must include numeric chars).
While this turns out to be quite easy to fix, I also see that Stefan
Monnier has been churning out updates to pcl-cvs, and is now up to
2.9.6. While he says his package works with XEmacs, it requires some
minor tweaking to actually use it (e.g. some missing `requires',
adding the non-bundled file "easy-mmode.el", fixing up autoloads,
adding a package-info file, etc). It does not take too much work to
make this into a valid XEmacs package.
So my question is, should I submit the patches to fix bugs in the
R-2_0-Beta_2 version that we ship, or should I submit patches to sync
our pcl-cvs package with Stefan Monnier's 2.9.6 substantially reworked