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[opensuse] Cryptic patch Nombres

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Subject: [opensuse] Cryptic patch Nombres
From: Jon Cosby <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 07 Apr 2012 05:59:50 -0700
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Qué con el nuevo nombrando convención en el *patches? Significo *cryptic nombres como "*openSUSE-2012-168" o *openSUSE-2012-182. "" Será un dolor para ordenar fuera de lo que estoy instalando.


Jon *Cosby

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What's with the new naming convention on the patches? I mean cryptic names like "openSUSE-2012-168" or "openSUSE-2012-182." It'll be a pain to sort out what I'm installing.


Jon Cosby

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