[Kolab-devel] Submitting changes to pykolab

Paul Boddie paul at boddie.org.uk
Sat Nov 23 00:22:34 CET 2013

On Monday 18. November 2013 14.24.12 Jeroen van Meeuwen (Kolab Systems) wrote:
> You would typically create a ticket, if one does not already exist, and
> attach the git-format-patch version of your patch.

I've made tickets for the predictably trivial licence boilerplate patch, which 
can probably be applied at almost any time because the changes are unlikely to 
be affected by other changes, as well as a patch to change the coding style to 
resemble more mainstream Python conventions:


I appreciate that the latter is likely to be disruptive without actually 
adding any functionality, so it probably isn't so attractive to apply, but 
I'll be basing further changes on that work because it is likely to make such 
further work easier for me.

Please let me know if this is interesting. I have some patches in the pipeline 
to tidy various things, eliminate duplicated code, as well as doing some more 
contentious things like reducing usage of the exec statement which, although 
valid, can often be a bit worrying to encounter because it can introduce some 
awkward run-time bugs.


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