On Tue, 30 Oct 2001, Andrew MacIntyre wrote:
473749 - has several (minor IMO) stylistic issues (addition of OS/2 #ifdefs). The intent of the changes looks OK, as do most of the actual changes (those in OS/2 VAC specific files or existing OS/2 #ifdefs).
Michael has uploaded a revised patch addressing the stylistic points noted.
474169 - looks good to go (changes inside existing OS/2 #ifdef) 474500 - looks good to go (isolated to OS/2 specific file)
474500 has been committed (thanks Tim!).
If possible I'd like to see both 473749 (the updated version) and 474169 make it into 2.2b2, to give 2.2 a chance to ship with the OS/2 VAC++ port buildable from the release sourceball (the EMX port won't make it into CVS for 2.2).
Is someone (Tim?) prepared to consider committing these before 2.2b2 branches? Is there anything more I or Michael can do to make this happen? (as previously advised, I'm not going to be in a position to take on CVS commits until after 2.2b2)
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