[XML-SIG] Could we use a public CVS tree?
Mon, 31 Aug 1998 11:06:10 +0200
> Last night it struck me that it might be very helpful if we had a
> public CVS tree for the XML package. A server is available, and
> producing a read-only tree is apparently not very difficult, but
> granting write access may also be possible, so that the various
> developers can check in changes.
> What do you all think? Would a CVS server assist development?
I think it definitely would help. However, write access may pose a problem,
especially if we don't want everyone to be able to change every bit of the
tree. What may be easier is semi-automatic updates, with a human (i.e. you:-)
in the loop. Developers would mail diffs to you in an easy to recognize way (a
different mail alias would probably be easiest), and after a quick check you
would just feed the mail messages into patch and do the commit.
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