[mythtv] first contribution

San Mehat san.mehat at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 22:46:40 UTC 2007

That is an awesome way of handling enhancement requests.

Totally awesome.

On 9/19/07, Joe Ripley <vitaminjoe at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 9/19/07, hendrixski <hendrixski at storsint.com> wrote:
> > So basically now what is the next step?  I run diff on my file versus
> > the one in the repo's?  Shall I add any parameters to diif?  Does SVN
> > already include that kind of diff-output-to-patch functionality? And is
> > there anything special I need to do when submitting the patch to the
> > bugtracker?
> > How will I know when the patch is applied?
> >
> > I'm excited to be joining my first open source project.  Thanks for
> > putting up with the newbie questions.
> If you have subversion installed and you're making changes to your
> checked-out copy of the source, just run 'svn diff' from within the
> project directory.  It will spit out a diff that you can save to a
> file (i.e. svn diff > ~/mydiff.patch).  If you need more info on SVN,
> this is a good resource: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.4/
> Then, open a ticket in trac (http://svn.mythtv.org/trac/) with your
> comments and attach your patch.  You can keep track of the ticket
> there to see when it's applied.  More on tickets here:
> http://svn.mythtv.org/trac/wiki/TicketHowTo
> Enjoy!
> --
> Joe Ripley
> vitaminjoe at gmail.com
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