[IronPython] Why not post patches?
Garth T Kidd
garth at deadlybloodyserious.com
Wed Sep 1 00:01:55 CEST 2004
Does anyone have a subversion repository we can reach? It'd be a nightmare
with CVS, but with subversion it'd be a doddle to import Jim's code and give
all you IronPython doddlers the ability to dynamically add and remove your
own alternative branches.
I should emphasise the idea is *not* to branch IronPython, but to maintain
an easy-to-work-with repository of the fixes developed by Keith, Curt, and
Edd (makefiles are fixes, too!) et al, and tools as developed by Johan et
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[mailto:users-ironpython.com-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] On Behalf Of Jeff
Sent: Wednesday, 1 September 2004 4:40 AM
To: Edd Dumbill
Cc: users-ironpython.com at lists.ironpython.com
Subject: Re: [IronPython] Why not post patches?
Edd Dumbill wrote:
> I've seen several posts from very able folk wanting to get involved,
> but so far no indication whether this would be welcome or not.
> Clearly we all think IronPython is amazing work and want to contribute
> to it.
...which sort of begs another question: If there is to be an 'IronPython
project' ( yes! ) how will that work? Does Jim have time or inclination to
manage this? Should someone else / some group step in / should there be a
process for making decisions like that?
I mean, someone could just start a sourceforge project ( assuming
sourceforge is working again ) but that may not be Jim's preference, or that
of other interested people.
cheers, JeffG ( just playing the devil's advocate here )
> -- Edd
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