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From "Andrew C. Oliver" <acoli...@apache.org>
Subject Re: VOTE: DBCell and Index Record patches on 2.0 branch
Date Mon, 22 Sep 2003 18:15:32 GMT
If it brings the 2_branch closer to being stable +1
If it brings it farther from being stable -1

I don't think our problem is this.  I think what needs to be done is someone
to diff the biffview of a blank sheet versus one poi modifies and see what
extra records we write.  We never used to write these records and it used to
work (DBCELL/INDEX).  Thus I think we're writing too many records rather
than too few.


On 9/22/03 11:03 AM, "Avik Sengupta" <avik.sengupta@itellix.com> wrote:

> My intention on getting this patch to REL_2_BRANCH was the hope that this
> would fix some of the blocking bugs for the 2.0 release.. particularly the
> ExtSST patch. 
> I wanted to test this hypothesis, but I have found it impossible to apply the
> patch to the branch from the CVS generated diff. Even after a lot of
> massaging, it fails to apply. Also, looking at some of the changes to
> ValueRecordAggregate, i imagine the differences in the two branches would
> preclude automagic patching.
> So, Jason, can you manually apply the changes to the branch and generate the
> diff? Please? :)
> As i said, the EXTsst stuff is probably more important, so could you split
> that one out? 
> Thanks
> -
> Avik
> &gt;Hello,
> &gt;Avik has suggested that my patches to support DBCell and Index records
> &gt;should go on the 2.0 release branch. As this is fairly new code and a
> major
> &gt;chunk of functionality, I thought that we should probably put it to some
> &gt;sort of vote.
> &gt;If you are in favour of me checking in my changes to the 2.0 branch then
> +1
> &gt;it.
> &gt;Jaslon

Andrew C. Oliver
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