[ioquake3] splitting up a bug report
kamikaze at bsdforen.de
Tue Dec 22 02:06:50 PST 2009
I have a /pet/ bug report where I offer my FreeBSD patches:
Some of these are simple code and Makefile patches that make it work
on FreeBSD. Others are feature patches that help me to integrate
ioQuake3 into the packaging system (mostly to allow coexistence and
game data sharing with other Q3 engines).
These feature patches haven't been well received, so I'd like to
move them out into a different report and only keep the compatibility
patches in the original bug report to increase the likelihood of
ioq3 one day working on FreeBSD out of the box.
Does that make sense?
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