Linux: ketchup, Automatic Kernel Patching
"Matt Mackall, maintainer of the -tiny patchset [story], announced version 0.7 of his 'ketchup' script. Written in Python, the script automates the process of patching from one version of the Linux kernel to another. It caches the various patches, only downloading what's required to get you to the version you specify, also automatically verifying the kernel's gpg signature."
(Submitted by Noel Mon May 3, 2004 )
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