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From Costin Manolache <>
Subject Re: My first to 7.x
Date Thu, 02 Dec 2010 21:50:10 GMT
I always had this question - for trunk most of the times I just submited the
change and if
anyone -1  I revert. If you feel it's going to be controversial - send a
mail first and ask for opinions. There is an automated svn commit message
that would notify anyone interested about the change.

For non-trunk - I have no clue, so I try to avoid the other branches :-)

Does anyone know what the status of tc-native those days, CTR or RTC, trunk
release ? I finally got the ssl bio-pair to work and one the handshake
extensions needed
for SPDY, plus a couple of small fixes.


On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 1:25 PM, Christopher Schultz <> wrote:

> All,
> So I'd like to apply my patch for bug (enhancement) 48692
> ( to TC 7 trunk.
> It's obvious to me how I should actually apply the patch: do an svn
> update, resolve any problems that arise (shouldn't be any) and commit
> what I've got to svn.
> Then, should I update the changelog.xml? Should my commit include that
> update? Should I update anything else? Notify anyone that I've done what
> I've done?
> With Tomcat 7's CTR policy, I'm not just sure how to make sure that
> someone actually does the "R" part of the formula :)
> Thanks,
> -chris

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