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From "David Reid" <>
Subject Re: MM
Date Mon, 07 Feb 2000 11:28:30 GMT

I'll email you a diff for MM now.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ralf S. Engelschall" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, February 07, 2000 7:22 AM
Subject: Re: MM

> In article <>
you wrote:
> > Absolutely.  We need to remove the configure script from CVS, and have
> > build process always call autoconf and autoheader (if required).  Also,
> > need to make sure that the BeOS changes to MM get committed to the REAL
> > tree, not the Apache version.
> >
> > Because MM is maintained by Ralf, I will let him give his opinion of the
> > best way to manage changes to MM.  Should we commit to the Apache branch
> > and assume he'll pick up the changes, or send him e-mail directly?
> >
> > I would much rather not have to make changes to MM everytime we update
> > version APR uses.
> Yes, please let me incorporate the Apache patches to MM directly in my
> official MM CVS repository to make sure they are not lost. You should
> always send me the patches by E-Mail so I recognize that I have to do
> something.
> Additionally you could also commit it directly to the Apache CVS
> repository and let me pick them up there, _BUT ONLY_ if MM in the Apache
> CVS stays on a vendor branch and one really can see the Apache changes
> by doing a diff against the vendor branch. I've not the time to diff
> particular files to find out the changes manually, of course. Currently
> it looks that MM was not imported to the vendor branch with a MM_X_X_X
> tag, right? Additionally the MM in APR is not up-to-date (it's 1.0.8
> while 1.0.12 is the current version).
> So, I would appreciate the following: Remove src/lib/apr/shmem/unix/mm/
> from the Apache CVS tree (rm -rf!) and re-import MM 1.0.12 with a
> release tag MM_1_0_12 and a vendor (= branch) tag RSE again to this
> location. Then apply all Apache changes and every time a MM release
> comes out simply re-import it again as MM_1_0_XX to this location and
> your changes will magically get merged in. Additionally I can easily see
> the Apache changes against my version with a simple "cvs diff -rRSE"
> and this way know easily what I should incorporate into MM for the next
> release to make your life easier. Opinions?
>                                        Ralf S. Engelschall

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