On Sun, 25 Jun 2000, Stephen Thorne wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 23, 2000 at 04:56:11AM -0400, Justin wrote:
> > I think most people are probably working on 2.4.0-testx to the detriment
> > of further 2.2.x backporting projects.
> > All x.y.z-pre<n> and x.y.z-ac<n> are patches against x.y.z.
> > Justin
> That makes *no* sense.
> take x=2, y=2, z=17, n=5
> by your definition,
> the 2.2.17-pre5 patch is a patch against 2.2.17
> You're telling me that there are "pre" releases of kernels that are
> only available in patch form, where the patch is against the
> finished product?
should be patches against x.y.z-1
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