Stephan Kulow schrieb:
On 28.11.2013 16:04, Robert Kaiser wrote:
Whenever discussions like this come up, I wonder
if pieces from the
Mozilla process that I'm so immersed in might apply.
I'm having a bit of a problem following your thoughts, do you have some
URLs describing that process?
There's a lot of documentation about all kinds of process at Mozilla on
but I couldn't find a document that describes very
well what I wanted to point to here. That's why I tried to describe
things in my message here.
Which parts are hard for you to understand from my explanation?
The merging of things is at the moment exactly our
problem. A gcc update
is not a patch you can take in and out, so you have to be *really*
careful and try somewhere else. But from what I understand,
our goal is not that far away.
I think that what would fit my description best would be to run
compilation and tests for any dependencies of any package (or set of
packages) that is to be pulled into Factory and only do make this
"merge" effective when those succeed. I guess for many packages that
would hopefully be a small set that needs to be run, on things like gcc
it could be huge, of course. The question is then if the infrastructure
is able to deal with that load - otherwise, I guess some compromise is
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