Feeding back changes (python 2.7, portability, pkgsrc)

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abs0 Offline
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I'm looking at adding support to build xbmc to pkgsrc, initially for Linux and potentially for other platforms.

What would be the recommended way to feed back changes - one set of patches per feature/adjustment?

Assuming so I've started with the following, all against the 10.1 source:
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spiff Offline
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Post: #2
yeah, please one patch, one feature/change/fix.

it would also be highly appreciated if you used pull requests on github instead.
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spiff Offline
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Post: #3
also, your patches are against 10.1. python has been severly changed in master, and those diffs are not needed any longer.
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Thanks - have forked at github and will be submitting pull requests
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