[Surfraw-devel] submitting patches

James Rowe jnrowe at gmail.com
Sat Aug 21 14:53:08 UTC 2010

* Jameson Rollins (jrollins at finestructure.net) wrote:
> Hey, folks.  I'm new to the list, so sorry if this is a rehash.  Just
> discovering surfraw now (late!) and loving it.  PERFECT companion to
> these new microbrowsers (ie. luakit, uzbl, etc.)


  Oh luakit, I hadn't seen that yet.  Looks interesting.

> What's the best way to submit patches?  I've got two that I'm going to
> go ahead and post to the list right after this, but please tell me if
> this is not how you guys do things.  I would be happy to just point to
> my git repo as well, or submit the patches as attachments to bts
> reports, or whatever.

  I can't speak for Ian, but I prefer patches on the mailing list.
It makes it easier to comment on the changes, and hopefully with
send-email/format-patch the overhead for pushing patches is acceptable.



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