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From "Martin van den Bemt" <>
Subject RE: Patch Audit
Date Sun, 05 Aug 2001 16:06:35 GMT
Under unix utilities the chgrp, chown and chrights should probably be
ignored for the 1.4, since this was written for the 1.2 and a bit for 1.3,
so which needs extra extensive testing on linux and other platforms (cygwin
eg). Since I also have to replace the current package names with the
org.apache ones, I prefer to submit it again after 1.4 release. (also gives
me some time / room to look at it again). So you can delete my submission
and I will resubmit it again when finished.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Conor MacNeill []
> Sent: Sunday, August 05, 2001 6:08 PM
> To:
> Subject: Patch Audit
> I have gone through all the patches I could find and determined which ones
> have not been applied or explicitly rejected. The results of this can be
> found here
> I don't guarantee that this list includes all outstanding patches, that
> none of these patches may indeed have been committed or that they
> have been
> specifically rejected by a committer. This list only covers patches
> submitted to the ant-dev list, not enhancements posted to BugZilla.
> I think there are a number of patches which should be included in 1.4. I'd
> like an indication from other committers of
> 1. Any patches which you believe should be included in 1.4
> 2. Patches which should be rejected
> 3. Patches which can wait till after 1.4 (I'll assume this to include any
> not covered in 1 and 2.
> Patch authors may also indicate if the patch is no longer viable, needs to
> be updated, etc.
> Obviously, the number of different patches for the same issue is an
> indicator of user needs. In particular:
> 1. Fail with if/unless
> 2. Regexp replace
> 3. Daemons (Exec and Java)
> 4. Prompted Input to property.
> 5. XXXXXXX (task name omitted to protect the innocent).
> I have decided to hold off producing the 1.4 Beta until I get some
> indications against this list. Tomorrow, I will be committing a number of
> these outstanding patches (ejbjar will be first).
> Conor

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