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Date 2012-02-18.12:10:54
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Updated. The NEWS line is now at the top of the section.

>As near as I can tell, the two change block beginning with 
>+In less formal terms,
>[...]
>are strictly re-wrapping and no text changes. Correct?

Yes. Just a pydev question here: I now this re-wrapping
adds noise to the patch, but can/should be done?

Please correct me if I'm wrong: one should try to
limit the line width to 80. If one word starts before
and ends behind is not bad but new words should start
in a new line.

Now in the devguide states “To perform a quick sanity check on your path, you can run make patchcheck”

I did that (I'm using the mq approach here) but I get no useful information (AFAIN):
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Modules/Setup.dist is newer than Modules/Setup;
check to make sure you have all the updates you
need in your Modules/Setup file.
Usually, copying Modules/Setup.dist to Modules/Setup will work.
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./python ./Tools/scripts/patchcheck.py
Getting the list of files that have been added/changed ... 0 files
Fixing whitespace ... 0 files
Fixing C file whitespace ... 0 files
Fixing docs whitespace ... 0 files
Docs modified ... NO
Misc/ACKS updated ... NO
Misc/NEWS updated ... NO


Thanks in advance !
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