Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> wrote:
> If it's a new file, it's pointless to send a patch anyway.
If people are OK with just sending the new file, that's cool with me.
>From the other posts, it appears that I need to have my own copy of
the repository to do it as a patch, or download a tool. (Thanks to
those who offered the suggestions.)
> You could also consider putting it in place of the linux file.
Is the LSB standard sufficiently widely adopted to omit the older
format? I was concerned that there might be Linux versions we wanted
to support which wouldn't have a /lib/lsb/init-functions file to
source. If that's not an issue, I could submit this as a patch to the
existing file. (It'd be a - for almost every non-blank line in the
old, and a + for almost every non-blank line in the new, of course.)
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