Mon, 06 Jan 2003 23:35:41 +0100
Andrew Stopford wrote:
>I have started to document the code and have added the following mods.
>* Fixed issue that was preventing code from compiling.
>* Fixed issue where no parameters to the compiler caused a crash, it now errors cleanly
>* Added header info to compiler, I have based it around the header info in the mono compiler, not sure if the info is correct it will need checking.
>In order to get these mods in the code (when the code is on CVS) I am assuming I will need to create a patch, (never made one before so) for that I will need some help :)
What platform are you running? (Windows/Linux or both?)
Have you ever used CVS and/or SSH before?
Basicly, if you want to generate a patch (for multiple sources) then you
use 2 directories: 1 'original', 1 'modified' directory.
And then cvs diff -r -u <newdir> <olddir> (which generates the patch to
When you have a CVS account, you can checkout the module, make changes,
do a "cvs diff -u" and generate a patch (or commit it).