Incorporating new changes (was Re: 3.9alpha update stream)
dway at mailcan.com
Tue Jul 5 23:19:23 UTC 2005
On Wed, 06 Jul 2005 00:16:43 +0300, "Daniel Vainsencher"
<danielv at techunix.technion.ac.il> said:
> There's a Submissions repository world-writable, on source.sqf.org.
> We can post things there for people to look at, and occasionally merge
> it into 3.9a. So one way to begin would be to start creating versions on
> Submissions that include the patches that have accumulated for 3.9a
> before, merging them into the 39a repository versions as people think is
The Submissions repository seems like it might be an extra step which is
not entirely necessary... we already have these changes stored in the
old update stream, or on Mantis, etc.
It seems more relevant as a possibly new fix/enh submissions process,
which is currently done in Mantis, and is partly/mostly handled by the
Janitors group. You might want to bring up the idea on that list,
although I guess it's worth pondering here for a bit.
One upside to the Submissions repository is that the UI is available in
Squeak via MC, whereas Mantis changesets are not. I guess one
possibility is still using Mantis to track bugs & fixes, but posting the
code in the Submissions repository instead of to Mantis. One downside
is that the repository could easily get cluttered with hundreds of
> Might be a good idea to wait with creating a master repository for each
> package until its clearer who are the maintainers, and the borders
> between packages stabilize.
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