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From Kev Jackson <>
Subject Re: sending patches
Date Thu, 09 Mar 2006 11:01:18 GMT
Jon Skeet wrote:

>>I'd like to submit a patch to add some functionality in 
>>zip-based tasks.
>>Can someone please point me to the right procedure for doing this?
>I'd personally suggest opening a feature request and including the patch
>in that. However, the Ant dev team may well have different ideas :)
For a new feature/enhancement request opening a report on Bugzilla would 
be best.  If you'd like to discuss the features that you would like 
included (that your patch contributes), then this mailing list is a good 
place to chat in (kinda lost the plot with that sentence...)

> - Command line tools
> - Eclipse plugin
> - Windows Explorer plugin
All good - subclipse plugin sometimes gets a bit flaky on what has 
changed etc (at least Eclipse 3.1/Subclipse does)

>(Subversion's lovely, by the way. I've only been using it for a month,
>but compared with VSS it's a dream. Admittedly most things are a dream
>compared with VSS...)
Indeed - rubbing ground glass into your eyeballs is actually better than 
VSS, but I've just come across an Oracle problem (ODBC + InstantClient) 
that seems to be violently opposed to user happiness - so perhaps VSS 
isn't as bad as Oracle.


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