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From Michal Hriň <>
Subject Re: Very simple first patch
Date Fri, 14 Nov 2014 12:06:34 GMT
Dňa 14.11.2014 o 00:10 Andrea Pescetti napísal(a):
> On 13/11/2014 Michal Hriň wrote:
>> I made very simple patch.
> Looks quite correct. The normal way would be to open an issue of type
> PATCH and attach your patch. Make just one .patch file, obtained with
> svn diff or git diff. And don't forget to send the link here to connect
> it to this discussion.

Thanks! I tried to avoid to download whole trunk. I tried this on 
release because I want to know if the build is my problem or others. svn 
diff can't be made without svn co, right? But this is my problem.

>> Please review, and feel free to add it to trunk if it will be good.
>> And add comments if I'm doing something wrong.
> I didn't test it yet, but I would only double-check that replacing the
> ZIP file with a tar.gz archive does not require other changes. The rest
> looks good.

Yop, :) sorry. I overseen the same file, but in .zip archive. I may 
change it.

>> It is a update of external package :)
> And here is a problem, but it doesn't depend on you. Policy so far has
> been: we download build-time dependencies from the Extensions site and
> from Apache Extras. If Apache Extras (currently part of Google Code) do
> not allow us to upload files any longer, then this is the first
> occurrence of a problem that we have largely anticipated but not solved
> yet. This shouldn't stop us from updating libraries, but for sure we
> (the entire Apache Foundation, not OpenOffice only) must find a viable
> replacement before the next release.
> Regards,
>    Andrea.
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