Am Wednesday 08 March 2006 19:23 schrieb Robert Schiele:
On Wed, Mar 08, 2006 at 06:03:24PM +0100, Sonja
The public build service svn doesn't have a
"shadow" svn internally
where things are developed and later moved out. Whatever is in the
public svn now is being developed there.
Actually I don't care whether it is a "shadow" svn or a
we-don't-use-revision-control-internally-at-all tool. Obviously software
(like the build script) is already deployed to the build server in a
version that is not in the public repository (because there is _no_ version
of the build script in the repository but the server does actually build
The reason is basically that mls has his own mind in which state he want to
release his code. And he does currently not feel comfortable to release the
current hacked version. So this is his private opinion, but he promised to
release it this week, so I would like to avoid to stress this issue too much.
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