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Date:	Thu, 24 May 2007 17:02:51 +0800
From:	coly <>
To:	Theodore Tso <>
Cc:	linux-ext4 <>
Subject: Re: which tree should I generate the ext4 patch ?


I can see all the files, but how can I download the files by cvs ? I
tried pserver, but it seems does not work ..

could you give me some hints ?



在 2007-05-23三的 08:17 -0400,Theodore Tso写道:
> On Wed, May 23, 2007 at 05:00:43PM +0800, coly wrote:
> > 
> > These days, I am tring to post my patch for inode reservation on
> > linux-ext4. But I am confused on which tree I should generate the patch.
> > 
> > I worked on mm-tree. But now Thoedore creates a tree for ext4, so should
> > I generate the patch based on tso-tree ?
> The mm-tree is fed from the ext4 patch series, so there shouldn't be
> much difference.
> > Same question to e2fsprogs. I guess maybe I should generate the patch
> > for e2fsprogs based on e2fsprogs-TEST branch, a.k.a 1.40-WIP-0407. Isn't
> > it ?
> Yes, or if you want to use the very latest, you can use the Mercurial
> repository located at:
> I will be switch to git at some point in the near future, probably
> after the e2fsprogs 1.40 release, but for now that's the place to get
> the very latest.  
> In practice, it's not hard to rebase patches, but patches against the
> more recent versions are definitely appreciated.  So if you're not
> familiar with using Mercurial, please feel free to use the
> 1.40-WIP-0407 as the base for your patches.  
> Regards, 
> 					- Ted

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