[Box Backup] FC4 X86_64 build

Ben Summers boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
Thu Dec 1 16:19:22 GMT 2005

On 1 Dec 2005, at 16:04, Martin Ebourne wrote:

> On Thu, 2005-12-01 at 15:58 +0000, Ben Summers wrote:
>> And remember, you must not EVER EVER EVER check anything in to trunk.
>> Only your own personal copy of truck.
> Is this going to be a strict policy going forwards?

Nope. Unless the consensus is that it should be.

> It made complete sense given all the parallel patches we had  
> before. And
> any work which will be checked in in multiple stages and won't be  
> fully
> functional in the meantime should definitely be on a branch.
> But I don't see any value in having this as a blunt policy. Small  
> fixes
> or new small features which are implemented in one go and don't break
> things really belong on trunk to start with.

You are absolutely right. Small bits which are 'obviously right' or  
fixes can go right in trunk. But anything which might want to be  
reviewed goes in another directory.

>> PS: I'm about to commit some very small changes to make it build
>> under Darwin. Just waiting for tests. (But committing to trunk,
>> because I feel like breaking my own rules.)
> Maybe you just answered my question. :)

I think so.


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