[IPython-dev] Fully working Win32 installer

Brian Granger ellisonbg.net at gmail.com
Fri Sep 5 00:46:07 EDT 2008

>>> Or is there something I'm missing.  I'm trying to get an idea of the
>>> patch,
>>> review, merge workflow you guys are using.  Do you use Guido's code
>>> review
>>> tool?  Can you?
>> I don't think you can use Guido's tools yet with bzr+launchpad.  But,
>> Launchpad's new code review system seems to do a lot of what we need -
>> and with 0 setup.
>> The workflow that are are playing around with is this:
>> 1.  All devs do their work in branches*
>> 2.  When they have a set of commits ready for review, they propose
>> that the branch be merged.
>> 3.  People use Launchpad to review
>> 4.  When all is OK, the merge happens.
> Thanks for the clarifications.
> If someone rejected 1128 you'd make 1129 and they'd review that, and once
> that is OK a merge will be done by the person in charge of the mainline.
>  Nice.

Yep, that is the idea.  But, for now, anyone can actually do the final
merge.  We haven't gotten formal enough with our workflow yet that we
have a gatekeeper that does the final merges.  We are probably too
small to make that worth it.



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