What is the correct way for people to submit patches? I looked on the
internal wiki but didn't see any guidelines
I wish to learn lisp and believe that the best way I can learn is to
hack away at the language itself rather than create "yet another test
framework" or whatever. I've read Siebel's PCL so I've got a few of
the basics and I want to do something more constructive.
So to find something to do, I ended up grepping for "FIXME"'s and came
across what looked like an easy one. Here is the patch. It renames
the defun "MAYBE-UPDATE-STANDARD-CLASS-LOCATIONS" to
"MAYBE-UPDATE-STANDARD-SLOT-LOCATIONS" and updates adjusts all its
callers (could only find 1) accordingly.
From: Juho Snellman <jsnell@ik...> - 2007-01-31 01:08:59
"Andy Chambers" <achambers.home@...> writes:
> What is the correct way for people to submit patches? I looked on the
> internal wiki but didn't see any guidelines
Sending a message to sbcl-devel (rather than sbcl-help) is the
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