TZ patches via email vs. non-ASCII encoding
julian.cable at bbc.co.uk
Mon Jul 7 12:16:32 UTC 2008
That's a nice idea, although zipped files on the ftp server work fine. If we are going to improve the distribution then an RSS feed announcing updates would be rather useful.
From: Markus Scherer [mailto:markus.icu at gmail.com]
Sent: 07 July 2008 13:05
To: tz at lecserver.nci.nih.gov
Subject: TZ patches via email vs. non-ASCII encoding
As a solution to the problem of faithfully getting patches through email (with non-ASCII encoding, long lines, and other issues), may I suggest using an svn repository with online anonymous read-only access, and just sending a summary to the mailing list and a link to the online diffs?
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