It's more likely that the commit is present in both repositories, but one does not have it on the master branch.
On 2011-01-21, at 3:49, Ulf Wiger <ulf.wi...@erlang-solutions.com> wrote:
> How funny! I checked by simply substituting 'uwiger' for 'esl'
> …and there it was.
> Is this some weird artefact of how github interprets its URIs?
> Anyway, I consider github.com/esl/gproc to be the official one,
> On 20 Jan 2011, at 18:42, Garret Smith wrote:
>> I was using the version at https://github.com/uwiger/gproc.git which
>> On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 9:02 AM, Ulf Wiger
>>> Hi Garrett,
>>> Which version of gproc are you using?
>>> That particular bug was fixed on Jan 11 in http://github.com/esl/gproc
>>> Sending pull requests to that project will work just fine.
>>> On 19 Jan 2011, at 01:21, Garret Smith wrote:
>>>> Fixed a small issue with gproc in the 'await' function when no timeout
>>>> see branch 'fix-await-notimeout' in the repository
>>>> or the patch:
>>>> --- a/src/gproc.erl
>>>> I don't know of any guidelines for patch submission since this is not
>>> Ulf Wiger, CTO, Erlang Solutions, Ltd.
> Ulf Wiger, CTO, Erlang Solutions, Ltd.
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