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Project Summary

The scripts allow to manage a series of patches by keeping track of the changes each patch makes. Patches can be applied, un-applied, refreshed, etc.

The key philosophical concept is that your primary output is patches. Not ".c" files, not ".h" files. But patches. So patches are the first-class object here.

Quilt was originally based on Andrew Morton's patch scripts published on the linux kernel mailing list a while ago, but were heavily modified since then.

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c patch patchset scm shell_script

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Project Security

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30 Day Summary

May 7 2020 — Jun 6 2020

12 Month Summary

Jun 6 2019 — Jun 6 2020
  • 12 Commits
    Down -5 (29%) from previous 12 months
  • 3 Contributors
    Down -3 (50%) from previous 12 months