sheldonh@FreeBSD.org once wrote:
> Synopsis: math/siag port fixed, upgraded to 3.1.16
> State-Changed-From-To: open->closed
> State-Changed-By: sheldonh
> State-Changed-When: Mon Jun 7 11:45:31 PDT 1999
> Please resubmit diff(1) output as per the instructions at
> http://www.freebsd.org/handbook/porting.html .
This sort of response may be good for training your children or
servants: "Please, get out, close the door, and come back in
as a well behaving young gentleman". I take this is a hint, I
need FreeBSD more then FreeBSD needs me (as a porter). No, I'm
not going to resubmit it this way. As I wrote in my PR (see
My version of port is quite different from the old one, so
please forgive me for providing the complete replacement
This would indicate to a anyone that I submitted the way I did NOT out
of ignorance (which _may_ be deserving of this kind of treatment), but
because I felt that to be the right thing to do. Anyone feeling
otherwise can run the diff(1) against his/her own /usr/ports/math/siag.
At this point, anyone can get the uuencoded tarball from the URL above,
make the diffs and re-submit them. But it will not be me.
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