Patches Project [Was Re: 3 new bug patches for bash2.05b]

Gerard Beekmans gerard at
Tue Jun 3 13:42:01 PDT 2003

On June 3, 2003 02:30 pm, you wrote:
> I am back in business having settled down at a new place:) I would like
> to revive the discussion on the patches project that we discussed
> sometime back. If the project takes off, then the book could only
> include the patches that are absolutely essential (security patches,
> patches that prevent compilation, etc.) and the other patches could be
> relegated to patches project.

Yes I still like the idea.

We need to get a better website set up that will allow to create the new 
sub-projects easier and so on.

I'm thinking this would probably saved best when the LFS server is back 
online, start on a new website setup and all that (in the mean time ideas and 
prototypes welcome). Server is planned to go online on the 15th this month.

Gerard Beekmans

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