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RE: Patch: Visual C++ Library Project Renames - libcvs & libz


From: Conrad T. Pino
Subject: RE: Patch: Visual C++ Library Project Renames - libcvs & libz
Date: Sat, 17 Apr 2004 10:35:22 -0700

Hi Derek,

> From: Derek Robert Price [mailto:address@hidden
> 
> Thanks.  I would have preferred the patch, but it was mangled.
> Somewhere in your mailer you should have an option to turn off "flowed
> text (RFC 2646)" or the like.

Thank you for the commit.

My mailer is Microsoft Outlook 2000. I haven't altered settings since
I began attaching patch files.

Derek, is this first time problem occurred in a patch submission?

Derek, was problem file in message received by CC or via list server?

Derek, did problem occur in test patch files I sent you prior to final
submission to "Bug-CVS"?

Anyone know which Outlook option maps to Derek's suggestion?

Anyone have good experience submitting patches with Outlook 2000?

Anyone have good experience submitting patches with Netscape 4.8?

> Anyhow, I've committed this using your zip files.
> 
> I noticed one mistake I don't have time to correct at the moment,
> which is that libz.* is compiling minigzip.c and shouldn't be.
> minigzip is a test executable.

I can't take the credit since inclusion of this file precedes me.
See "zlib/zlib.dsp" file Revision 1.1, Apr 26 1999 UTC by kingdon:
http://ccvs.cvshome.org/source/browse/ccvs/zlib/Attic/zlib.dsp?rev=1.1

Nevertheless I'm happy to take responsibility.

I've saw this and other similar warnings in linking but assumed
their presence was well known.

I'll assemble a link warnings report and publish as new thread to
"Bug-CVS" for comment and recommendations very shortly.

> Derek

Thanks again,

Conrad





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