>This is going to be slightly painful to do, since it has to be done
>manually, but I've put up a patch against v6.3 based on reports that have
>come in since it was released 2 weeks ago.
>The patch is purely a *test*...do not use it production yet, I just want
>to know whether it works fine or not, and whether there are any problems
>The patch is a tar file, which contains a 'cvs diff -rrelease-6-3', as
>well as those files that are new since that tag was written...
>The file can be found in
>and is hidden from public view...
It seems that some files in my "multi-byte patch" are missing. Without
them the patch is meaningless and I cannot test v6.3p1.
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