current release patch page
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Fri Aug 26 19:38:19 GMT 2005
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Steve Williams wrote:
> OMG! I was never suggesting an "anonymous" SVN. I am sorry if I wasn't
> clear. I 100% agree that would an unmitigated disaster. All I was
> proposing was a "complete" patch could be hung off a bugzilla report
> making it easy for a samba "delegate" to drop into the patches page.
Ah....ok. I get it now. I think patches need to be cleaned up
a little usually anyways. So verifying that they apply against
the actual release code is a good idea. It's easy to have patches
that apply against the 3.0 svn tree but not the release code.
> It could also make life a lot easier for the Samba team to release a
> "point release" (ie: 3.0.14a). At a certain point, just apply all the
> outstanding patches to the latest release and voilla!
True. We'l have to see how things work out long term.
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