I haven't been following current for a while so I missed your patches, but
I can guess at the results as far as you getting anywhere.
Why don't you ask for commit-privs to a separate CVS repository as I
suggested a few times. Then go to it and get a team of early adopters to
join in to be merge slaves, general supporters, reviewers, contributors,
and testers. If you're confident in the quality of your work it will
surely be integrated into current as SMP was.
All this "Hell-bent on Current or I'm not Terry Lambert" is just not
productive. Imagine how far along you'd be if had done this a few years
You might want to talk to dyson, dg, phk and others who are likely to make
large changes in current that effect your code for timing considerations.
'Algorithms are the "stuff" of Computer Science' Robert Sedgewick
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