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Month: April 2012

Warning: GIT patches to synchronize help files

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 21:30:15 -0700 (PDT)
I started the process of updating all final HTML install paths so all modules are consistent. The changes are in support of bug report 660.

I pushed a patch to the common admin directory in GIT hash ee037c6f.

I pushed a patch to the common cmake directory in GIT hash d2f658ca.

These patches should replicate down to all other module admin and cmake directories on the main GIT server.

Thereafter everyone building from GIT will need to resync their local repositories to see these changes.

Included is a patch with similar changes to tdelibs kstandarddirs.cpp and kstandarddirs.h. GIT hash 979b0c9a.

There are additional changes that need to be made, mostly in various docbook files, README files, etc., but none of those changes should affect building packages or the final HTML installation location.

The final result of this effort is each package will install the help files in the same location.

To my understanding there is nothing for everybody to do. Just wait several hours to resync.

You should see the patches tomorrow in the Commit Patches web page. At that point I presume the admin/cmake changes will have replicated throughout the entire source tree as well.

Please! Let me know if you experience any build failures. I haven't tried patches like this before.