Jul 25, 2008 5:40 pm
Last edited Jul 25, 2008 6:00 pm by Samson
JoinedJan 1, 2002
You probably want the 'raw' link up on top of the page...
It might be easier to branch stable, then to put your code on top of it, commit, then merge with the const-fix version. That way bzr will take care of everything for you.
I'll take another look right now but I don't recall seeing any "raw" links. I also don't see how branching one thing, putting "my" code on top of it, merging the const-fix, then recommitting would be at all easy for those of us who know nothing of how bzr works. I'm used to SVN, and even then I deal with it through a Windows interface since engaging it from the command line is a pain in the ass.
And thinking about it, what code is there to merge? 1.9 hasn't been touched in quite some time, mainly because we were waiting on this fix to be ready but also because as I said, nobody *cough*Kayle*cough* has given me anything ready for adding in anyway.
EDIT: Well anyway. Got ahold of the diff finally, ran the patch command. Came away squeaky clean except for a single line in imc.c which apparently was already fixed. The compile stands up against -Wwrite-strings as well. So unless anyone can think of some REALLY good reason why this shouldn't go live as a 1.9 update I'd love to hear it now....