Rob Funk <rfunk(_at_)funknet(_dot_)net> writes:
Matthias Andree wrote:
Well, in May 2002, I filed a registration for my leafnode project at
Berlios, and never heard back. It's now on SourceForge.
Hmm, that's a bad sign.
I have consolidated Sunil's two patches into one that I call
fetchmail-6.2.5-ss1.patch, and my add-on patch (that goes only on top of
Sunil's applied patch) is fetchmail-6.2.5-ss1-ma3.patch. This is half a
year old by now... URL: http://home.pages.de/~mandree/fetchmail/
I lost track of which one is "ss1" -- is that the one you tagged with
"splituid" in another message? Should that and ss1-ma3 be part of the
first round of fixes?
to the list. These two have my approval and I vote for their inclusion.
On top of these two, ESR and I were sent, off-list,
which will only apply with the two fixes from #1 applied.
My -ss1 patch is just a convenience merge of -popfetchsizelimit,
-bugfixes and -splituid without further changes.
-splituid exhibits some other bugs though, and hence should not be
applied unless -ss1-ma3 is applied at the same time. See #3.
The -ss1-ma* patch series set off to address the new (or old) bugs that
-splituid triggered. My number is a version of the same patch, hence,
-ma3 is a revised -ma1 and -ma3 contains everything that had been in -ma1.
IMO, -ma1 should be removed from your patches/ directory to avoid
further questions :-)
I know that #1, #2 and -ma3 together are stable with my configuration,
and vote for review and inclusion of this stuff in the 2nd or 3rd round.
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