Hello, I guess a good start to get a repository with a set of all of our patches is to get a overview about all of them, in order to find patches which are identical in every distribution. In order to do this I've set up a git repository on my own server. (I think when we have a freedesktop project I'll surely move everything to freedesktop's git). (See https://git.der-winnie.de) I've created in this git repo several branches. For each distribution one. It would rock if you can send me a login name + a ssh-key and I'll give you ssh access to this repository. Then we can start slowly to add patches there. (Not everything at once, but one patch per commit, in order to make merging easier). Please give the patches useful names (not something like: main.c.patch but: adding_feature_foo.patch). After each distribution has checked in the patches, I would suggest that we start to have a look at patches/patchseries with a specific aim. So at first we start to find a common patch basis for patches which add/modify/delete something related to the syntax highlighting (./syntax/*). After finding a common set of patches here we can add this one to master and start to have a look on the next set of patches. Greetings Winnie -- .''`. Patrick Winnertz <winnie debian org> : :' : GNU/Linux Debian Developer `. `'` http://www.der-winnie.de http://people.skolelinux.org/~winnie `- Debian - when you have better things to do than fixing systems
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