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From Eike Rathke <>
Subject Re: master_l10n (was:
Date Mon, 11 Jul 2011 20:48:25 GMT
Hi Greg,

On Friday, 2011-07-08 15:22:36 -0400, Greg Stein wrote:

> I'm going to suggest we do this:
> 3. as sibling to trunk and our other high-level directories:
>    ooo/trunk/...
>    ooo/l10n/...


> That has the advantage of avoiding the l10n data when working on
> trunk. When we copy trunk to a new branch, we can copy l10n into that
> copied trunk, or as a sibling branch. I think that will depend on how
> we'd like to manufacture a release, and I don't have the data for
> that.

I suggest to use a sibling also for new branches, that way working on
a branch is similar to working on trunk.

> [...]
> Another option would be to use option (1), and if people don't want
> the data, then they can use "shallow" working copies[1]. This requires
> a bit more activity from the developer, and I think it would be
> simpler to follow the *typical* case of not wanting the l10n data by
> omitting it from trunk.

Usually code developers don't need the l10n repo unless they want to
build with an additional language.


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