[LinuxBIOS] AMD cs5536 uart disable
segher at kernel.crashing.org
Mon Jun 4 17:27:47 CEST 2007
>>> I.e., the "full" relative path to the file being modified is included
>>> in the patch, so you can 'patch -p0 < ~/foo.patch' at the top-level
>>> apply the patch.
>> -p0? Is that seriously the standard here? Can I ask why?
> Purely convenience of the patch reviewers / people doing the check-ins.
> Then you don't have to check manually which directory the patch goes
> into. Don't worry about it. We will figure this out either way. It just
> might make our life easier (thus speeding up check-ins)
I'm sure you mean you want -p1 patches, instead?
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