[XML-SIG] Re: XML-SIG digest, Vol 1 #86 - 1 msg

Lisa Rein lisarein@finetuning.com
Tue, 01 Sep 1998 09:47:52 -0700

Actually you guys I'm doing a story on these programs and I gotta ask
you -- is CVS really any good.  Are there specific needs you've found
that it can't address?  Just trying to get a reality check on what's out
there.  Thanks,

lisa rein


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>   1. Re: Could we use a public CVS tree? (Andrew M. Kuchling)
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> Subject: Re: [XML-SIG] Could we use a public CVS tree?
> Date: Mon, 31 Aug 1998 17:26:46 -0400 (EDT)
> From: "Andrew M. Kuchling" <akuchlin@cnri.reston.va.us>
> To: xml-sig@python.org
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> Jack Jansen writes:
> >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.
>         I agree that write-access is less vital; people are working on
> separate components of the package, so it's quite simple for me to
> drop in the latest sgmlop.c or saxlib or whatever, and commit the
> resulting changes.
>         I'll be working on setting this up, and hope to have it
> operational later this week.
> --
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