* 'show tables' is not standard SQL. Please add a method, like
showTables to print out this, so I can override it to use it with
* Also, correct the 'use <dbname'' in function writeInsertSamplesSQL:
The line would read like this:
(The 'Use' which isn't SQL neither, has alright its method.).
Could anyone explain briefly, how to submit patches to Sourceforge?
How is it possible to run two MiddleKit, in which one of it only contains
modified files of the original MiddleKit, or how can I separate modified
files from the originals?
From: Jason Hildebrand <jason@pe...> - 2002-04-04 15:13:42
On Wed, 2002-04-03 at 11:13, Ernesto Revilla wrote:
> How is it possible to run two MiddleKit, in which one of it only contains
> modified files of the original MiddleKit, or how can I separate modified
> files from the originals?
This is what I do: if I want to make modifications to my copy of
MiddleKit, I first make sure I still have a copy of the original tarball
which I unpacked (I'm not using CVS). Then I go ahead and make my
changes -- suppose I'm working in ~/projects/Webware
Now if I want to find out the exact changes I've made to the webware
files, I unpack the original tarball into temp space:
cd /tmp ; tar -xzf Webware-0.7b2.tar.gz
Now I use a recursive diff to see the differences between my tree and
the original tree, and redirect it to a file:
diff -u -r /tmp/Webware ~/projects/Webware >my_webware_mods
You will want to use the --new-file option if you've created brand new
files in the source tree (man diff for more info), but if you do you'll
also want to remove all pyc files first:
cd ~/projects/Webware ; rm `find . -name '*.pyc'`
If you then want to "move" your changes to a different version of
Webware, use the "patch" command to apply the "my_webware_mods" patch to
a fresh Webware source tree.
> Could anyone explain briefly, how to submit patches to Sourceforge?
Make a copy of the "my_webware_mods" file and edit it. Trim out all
changes which are not part of the feature or bugfix for which you are
submitting the patch.
If you are submitting more than one feature or bugfix, split up the
patches into multiple files (one for each feature or bugfix) so that the
maintainers can selectively apply them.
Then go to the webware's sourceforge page, go to "patches" and click
"submit new". Then describe the feature or bugfix and upload the patch
Hope this helps.