more Re: [Laszlo-dev] Documentation
jgrandy at laszlosystems.com
Sun Jan 1 21:06:47 PST 2006
lps-dev is our trunk for now, or near enough. We currently do
internal work on Perforce, with a one-way gateway to svn. We are
however considering a transition to svn, and we've discussed opening
read/write branches in svn for external contributors (and a few
internal contributors) to smooth the transition. You'd be one of the
first (but not absolutely the first) to be working on an svn branch.
Let's talk later this week and we'll see about timing and logistics
of getting a branch set up for you.
On Jan 1, 2006, at 3:05 AM, Sean Wheller wrote:
> scope of the changes are dramatic. It will hamper the speed of the
> process if we have to use a proxy-committer to update the repository.
> Most of the work is limited to the docs/ so any problems will be
> Branching will further insulate and the rest is just a leap of
> faith to place
> trust in the rcs. Hack the src and let svn take care of the rest. :-)
> BTW. While we are on the subject. Which dir in svn should I be
> looking at?
> There is lsp/ and then lsp-devel/
> Where is the trunk (HEAD) development taking place?
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