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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <l...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject Re: m2migration branch is available
Date Wed, 05 Jul 2006 17:59:27 GMT
Jacek Laskowski wrote:
> On 7/4/06, Aaron Mulder <ammulder@alumni.princeton.edu> wrote:
>
>> When discussing whether a branch was appropriate, I expressed a
>> concern that it would be difficult to merge changes from this branch
>> to HEAD because SVN seems to have difficulty handling multiple
>> revisions of add/delete/move/copy operations in a single merge (and I
>> understand the M2 restructuring will involve a lot of that).
> ...
>> I'm concerned that you ignored this concern and went ahead with the
>> branch plan.  In fact the only response I got was that perhaps a
>> commercial source control system would be better.  Perhaps that means
>> this should have been an RTC operation so you were forced to address
>> my concern before taking this approach.
>
> (It seems that RTC is going to become a two-sided sword that's aimed 
> at me).
>
> I didn't mean to be seen as 'ignoring you'. It was your concern that I
> paid attention to, but creating a branch is an option that does not
> need a vote or anything like that. Any committer can create a branch
> and it's up to him/her to use it in a way (s)he wishes. It was one of
> the possible action that although you'd raised a concern about might
> eventually pay off. The idea is to apply patches to trunk gradually
> once they're verified and tested. This way we won't fall into a trap
> where our work will be a waste of time and the changes won't be able
> to be committed to trunk. It may work.
>
> I've stepped up to keep the branch in sync with the trunk and am going
> to do it with your help (no matter you want it or not ;-))

I'm afraid that I have to agree w/ Aaron here Jacek.  I'm not sure that 
there was a consensus on this.  If discussion died down on this it was 
because it's the 4th of July.


Regards,
Alan



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