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From Nicola Ken Barozzi <>
Subject Re: cvs commit: xml-forrest/src/resources/stylesheets changes2document.xsl
Date Wed, 24 Sep 2003 06:18:43 GMT
Juan Jose Pablos wrote:

> Jeff Turner wrote:
>> Juan Jose Pablos wrote:
>>> wrote:
>>>> jefft       2003/09/21 02:48:07
>>>>   Modified:    src/resources/stylesheets changes2document.xsl
>>>>   Log:
>>>>   Remove pointless xsl:text tags, and handle unknown action types
>>>>     Revision  Changes    Path
>>>>   1.21      +4 -2      
>>>> xml-forrest/src/resources/stylesheets/changes2document.xsl
>>> could not you wait a bit more?
>> I don't have many moments to work on Forrest, so I do what I can when 
>> I can, knowing it can all be reverted if necessary.
> So you should not wasting your time reverting someone else change's, an 
> email to the list is enough.
> It did not break anything right?. so Why it could not wait until monday 
> for me to revised.

Juan, you are taking it too strong. That is not *your* code, but *our* 
code. These things happen, and it's not a big deal in explaining 
afterwards. It's not the Jeff has fun in reverting your changes 
continuously, no?

>>> you would not expecting me to reply to your questions in 22 minutes 
>>> on a sunday morning ┬┐right?
>>> I have never tread your code or other commiter's code as pointless,so 
>>> I am expecting you to have same behaviour
>> If your reasons are so obscure, and you don't document them in the 
>> commit message, what do you expect?
> I am expecting you to do what you did at first.send an email to the list.

You are wrong. It's not necessary for such small things.

> It did not break anything right?. I would except you to call my 
> additions pointless because you did not understand the reasons behind them.

That's exactly what pointless means ;-)
If he did not understand the reasons behind them, he called them 
pointless, of course.

>>> They were for the i18nn migration  to remind that it's contents need 
>>> to be translated.
>> Wouldn't a <!-- i18nize this --> comment have achieved the same?  This 
>> is a collaborative project.  A random <xsl:text> may mean something 
>> special to you, but it doesn't to everyone else and so doesn't belong 
>> in CVS
> ramdon <xsl:text>?

You are the only one that has added a comment as <xsl:text> till now 
that I have seen. Probably you meant <xsl:comment>?

> *All text on changes2document.xsl has <xsl:text>* Except what you reverted.
> I know that this is a collaborative project, but this type of behavior 
> does not create it.

Your ranting does not either. Please cut it off, let's get things really 
going instead of ranting about a single tag.

Nicola Ken Barozzi         
             - verba volant, scripta manent -
    (discussions get forgotten, just code remains)

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