Re: spec question

I’d say yes. You can commit to your local repository and use “git
format-patch -1” to make the patches. Change the number to match the
number of commits you have made.

In addition, remember that rake spec runs the tests in tests/core, which
isn’t the same as the git tests.

JD

Jim,
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I put the patch on the rubyforge while I am getting used to GIT. Sorry.
[#21102] Updated File/Zero method to handle NUL
I am running all the spec against my sample codes I have and instead of
sending one by one I will try to send couple of them together.
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Thanks.

— On Sun, 7/6/08, Jim D. [email protected] wrote:

From: Jim D. [email protected]
Subject: RE: [Ironruby-core] spec question
To: “[email protected][email protected],
[email protected][email protected]
Date: Sunday, July 6, 2008, 4:57 AM

I’d say yes. You can commit to your local repository and use “git
format-patch -1” to make the patches. Change the number to match the
number of commits you have made.

In addition, remember that rake spec runs the tests in tests/core, which
isn’t the same as the git tests.

JD

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