Roland Clobus | 15 Sep 07:38 2011
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[pio-develop] Version number bump

Hello all,

It's time again for a new version number for Pioneers. There are
currently two patches that require an increase in the protocol version
number. Since the version number of Pioneers is directly related to the
protocol version number, it will increase too.

I propose to drop the '0.' in the version numbering, and continue
directly to 14.1 (nothing superstitious in 13.1 :-).
The '0.' version numbering suggests a (pre-)alpha version, while
Pioneers is a stable product.

With kind regards,
Roland Clobus
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Roland Clobus | 17 Sep 14:52 2011
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Re: [pio-develop] Gnome notifications

Hello Patrick,

Apparently your post did not reach my inbox, so I only found it now.
Did you attach a patch to your message?

I would like to take a look at it, it looks a meaningful addition.

With kind regards,
Roland Clobus
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PP A | 21 Sep 00:30 2011
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Re: [pio-develop] Gnome notifications

Hello Roland,


Sorry for late answer, I'm very busy this week...
Well... I did not send a patch as I do not know how to make a clean patch.

I try the command diff -crB between my code and the original code on which I begun, but I always have a lot of noise (diff between .PO, autom4te.cache/*, etc).
As I said in my previous mail, I'm not easy with C developpment and need help to make something clean, even if "it works".

Do you have a way to make a clean patch I could send to... you ? or on the mail list ?

Thank you,

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2011/9/17 Roland Clobus <rclobus <at> users.sourceforge.net>
Hello Patrick,

Apparently your post did not reach my inbox, so I only found it now.
Did you attach a patch to your message?

I would like to take a look at it, it looks a meaningful addition.

With kind regards,
Roland Clobus

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Roland Clobus | 24 Sep 20:50 2011
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Re: [pio-develop] Gnome notifications

Hello Patrick,

On Wed, 2011-09-21 at 00:30 +0200, PP A wrote:
> Well... I did not send a patch as I do not know how to make a clean
> patch.
> 
> I try the command diff -crB between my code and the original code on
> which I begun, but I always have a lot of noise (diff
> between .PO, autom4te.cache/*, etc).
> As I said in my previous mail, I'm not easy with C developpment and
> need help to make something clean, even if "it works".
> 
> 
> Do you have a way to make a clean patch I could send to... you ? or on
> the mail list ?

The easiest way for you will be to run 'make clean' first, and then to
compress your whole directory (.tar.gz/.7z/.zip whatever you prefer) and
send it to my e-mail address (send to the list will not be possible due
to the size limit that's set for the list).
I'll then be able to create a clean patch file.

Thanks in advance,
Roland Clobus

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