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Date:	Sat, 19 Jan 2008 21:17:15 +0100
From:	"Francis Moreau" <>
To:	"James Cloos" <>
Subject: Re: Why not creating a GIT RT tree ?


On Jan 18, 2008 10:59 PM, James Cloos <> wrote:
> >>>>> "Francis" == Francis Moreau <> writes:
> Francis> I can't find a rt tree anywhere and all new rt release spoke
> Francis> about a patchset to apply on mainline kernels.
> It is not perfect, but I do have a git repo of the rt history-of-patches
> up at:
>  git://
> Gitweb URL is:
> It is in the one-head per patch style, and has the single-file patches
> applied rather than the quilt queue.

Why don't you have one commit per patch ?

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