[Vm-dev] coordination between the olpc and official svn branches
bert at freudenbergs.de
Mon Nov 10 17:08:01 UTC 2008
On 10.11.2008, at 10:14, José L. Redrejo Rodríguez wrote:
> Hi, I'm trying to maintain the squeak-vm in Debian, but everyday is
> being harder. I was using the trunk branch, but finally I have almost
> decided to give it up and I'm going to use the olpc branch.
> Changes from the olpc branch to trunk are being passed in a poor way:
> some directories are forgotten (Gstreamer or Ogg don't compile as the
> unix directories have been passed, but not the Cross ones),
The very latest in svn should compile, it has the missing files
(although in unic/src not Cross). Make sure you reconfigure to pick up
the new files after updating.
> fixes are not passed (pango support is broken in the trunk branch,
What exactly is broken with Pango? If so it's indeed my fault to not
having passed on the fixes (I sent patches to Ian last week but I may
have missed something).
> So, please, I'd like to know if this is going to change, or if I just
> should give up, use the olpc branch and forgot about the "official"
> squeak-vm branch.
The olpc branch is about to be retired - it has served us as a faster-
paced development playground, but now that we switch from invention
mode to maintenance mode, the trunk is the better place for things to
- Bert -
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