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Re: New git in EPEL?



I wrote:
> Git has many parts, of which I only make use of a few on a regular
> basis.  So extra eyes on the various sub-packages and other lesser
> used bits would be very welcome.

Thanks to Josh for doing some testing and finding a few issues with
the previous packages.  Unfortunately, I ran into a bit of a snag
today.  Newer git requires emacs >= 22.2 for the emacs-git subpackage.

Is anyone a user of that subpackage that could help test a few
possible solutions to get an updated git into EL-5 without breaking
the emacs support (which obviously isn't an option, put the pitchforks
down, you emacs-haters ;).

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