[PATCH] fix for encoding of padding bits

Saurabh Sharan Saurabh.Sharan at radisys.com
Wed Feb 24 11:15:43 UTC 2016

Hello All,
Will it be fine for you to review the patch (csn1.cpp 1code line modified with 5 comment lines) sent as part of the earlier mail.
We are working on identifying for any issues in send mail. According to your suggestion I tried git send-email to my personal email which is working fine.


-----Original Message-----
From: Harald Welte [mailto:laforge at gnumonks.org] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 2:15 PM
To: Saurabh Sharan <Saurabh.Sharan at radisys.com>
Cc: osmocom-net-gprs at lists.osmocom.org
Subject: Re: [PATCH] fix for encoding of padding bits

Hi Saurabh,

On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 06:52:58AM +0000, Saurabh Sharan wrote:
> We had tried the option of sending one patch through git send-email. 
> This was our first attempt so wanted to confirm whether we followed 
> the process correctly. Please note that I am unable to see this 
> patch(mail below) in Archive maintained at 
> http://lists.osmocom.org/pipermail/osmocom-net-gprs/

Indeed, the mail did not arrive here.  Please check your git send-email configuration.  By default, like it is customary on Unix/Linux systems, git just hands over the mail to your local sysem-wide MTA installation.
(sendmail, exim, qmail, ...).  So that MTA might have accepted the mail, but might itself not be configured to forward the mail.

However, git offers plenty of other config options, such as directly speaking SMTP to an remote e-mail server, etc.

You can test this setup by setting the '--to' address to your own e-mail addreess.  If the mails arrive there, chances are high they would also make it to the list.


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