On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 1:17 PM, j s oishi <> wrote:
Hi All,

I heartily second this.


On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 12:10 PM, Britton Smith <> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> It seems that most of yt development has migrated away from the svn-trunk to
> the various mercurial branches.  Like most of you guys, I imagine, I am now
> using the main hg branch of yt almost exclusively, since that's where
> everything new that I need gets put right away.  It's rare, but every now
> and then something goes straight into the svn trunk without passing through
> hg.
> Just to make it official, I would like to propose that the svn-trunk not be
> used for any active development, but only a staging area for updates coming
> from the hg branch and destined for a release version.  This way, we don't
> run into the issue of having to merge changes in two directions between svn
> and hg, which I think is a bit of a pain.  I get the impression that almost
> all development is taking place in hg already, but I think it may be
> beneficial to have an official policy on how this sort of thing should be
> done.
> Thoughts, anybody?
> Britton
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Samuel W. Skillman
DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellow
Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy
University of Colorado at Boulder