Ftpgetput.c mod

Rob Landley rob at landley.net
Fri Dec 30 23:30:22 UTC 2005


On Tuesday 27 December 2005 03:11, Roberto A. Foglietta wrote:
> Mark Richards ha scritto:
> > I can't take it anymore!! :)
> >
> > Quite some time ago I fixed/changed ftpgetput.c so that ftpput will work
> > from a directory other than the source file.
>
> _All I wrote below is AFAIK, keep in mind I am a bb newbie me too_
>
>
>   For the future you could follow this steps to report/submit a patch
>
>   1) open an account on
>      http://busybox.net/bugs/view_all_bug_page.php

I'm generally the guy who closes out bugs from there, and I actually prefer 
them posted to the mailing list.

The thing is, I'm traveling for the holidays (on a train at the moment) and 
since I didn't get -pre2 out before christmas I've had no chance to work on 
it since).

I vaguely remember addressing this one, although I don't remember if I just 
triaged the patch into my todo folder or if I actually checked it in after 
-pre1 came out.  And I haven't had coinciding time and internet access to 
look at this, and right now I'm about to fall over.

>   2) login ad start a submit issue
>      http://busybox.net/bugs/bug_report_page.php
>
>   3) submit a bug report giving us the istructions to reproduce the bug

I really do prefer dealing with stuff on the mailing list.  You only need to 
do that if you don't get a response from the mailing list.

>   4) eventually submit your patch using "diff -pru"

If you have a patch by all means submit it.  I do remember seeing this one, 
but am not in a position to do anything about it at present.

>   5) wrote in this ml

This mailing list is step 1.  Really.  Stuff that goes into the bug generator 
routinely gets ignored for months at a time.  Stuff posted to the mailing 
list gets responded to in a matter of days.

Rob
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