Utility for rapid patch development and submission
GNU Patchwork automates patch authoring and submitting. It keeps track of which files have been modified, added, and removed. It tracks multiple, overlapping patches against a source tree and allows the patch author to pop them off and push them on the patch stack. It can automatically generate a diff and mail it to the appropriate address. You can configure, by directory, which addresses patches get mailed to. It neither uses nor requires CVS. This project has been decommissioned and is no longer developed.
This is a decomissioned GNU project.
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released on 27 February 2005
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