On 05/02/2006, at 2:40 PM, Geoffrey A Kruse wrote:
OK - first version of KML export is finished (network locations only, no trace). Should be pretty obvious how it works (green for open managed nets, red for encrypted nets, other icons for tunnel/adhoc/probe/etc). I've sent diff output and updated NIBs to Geoff. Not sure if that's the best way to do it, but I'm sure he'll set me straight if not. :)
Firstly thanks for the hard work, I have a feeling KisMAC is going to
improve rather quickly. I would prefer that all patches be submitted in
this format, but as an attachment to a ticket in our new trac system.
This way they don't get lost as it can take some time to review each one.
Trac is helpful because it will highlight all changes with nice red and
green for me. Also, if there are further additions or changes to the
patch after you have submitted it, it is easy to add them to the ticket so
they don't get lost. Finally, since svn doesn't handle diffs of binary
files (such as the .nibs)
I thought .nibs were just XML...
well, we probably need to think of a good way to handle these. Perhaps just attach the changed files to the ticket as well. Any thoughts?
ps trac is here: https://opensvn.csie.org/traccgi/bi/trac.cgi/wiki