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2009/12/11 Ed W <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> So why not patch it yourself?
Because I want an automagic procedure that will be done many times. Without
And because I'll have to make ebuilds for other things, so that would be great to be consistent.
I know roughtly how to handle kernel-2 eclass based ebuilds, but in my case, I would prefer local source fetch (from ebuild rep). For now, I can just have kernel-2 based ebuild to fetch a .diff or .tar.bz2 from Internet. I would just like it to be directly in ebuild dir.
I thank RB a lot for its precisions, but is there really no way of having SRC_URI auto-fetch a patch from ebuild dir instead of Internet ? I don't really want to switch from kernel-2 based ebuild to more generic EAPI 2 ebuild just to make a local patch applied. -- Pierre. "Sometimes when I'm talking, my words can't keep up with my thoughts. I wonder why we think faster than we speak. Probably so we can think twice." - Bill Watterson