KDE Dev Modules in Moonbase (fwd)

Jasper Huijsmans jasper at lunar-linux.org
Thu Dec 11 14:08:46 GMT 2003

Well, if you want you can do this now. Just let HEAD be the stable
branch, create your own gnome_unstable branch and merge it back to HEAD
when it is ready.

I agree that more general STABLE / UNSTABLE branches for moonbase would
be nice.


Op do 11-12-2003, om 14:57 schreef Nick Hudson:
> I totally agree with this idea... I think it would make for easier 
> merging to, for me anyway its a pain in the butt every couple of months 
> to totally take all the stuff I do with Gnome in crater and move it to 
> moonbase.  If we can have tags and mark it STABLE and UNSTABLE and then 
> easily merge the directories inside it that would be great.
> Nick
> ratler at lunar-linux.org wrote:
> > (Think i sent it with wrong from adress first time)
> > 
> > This give a even bigger reason to start using STABLE, UNSTABLE tags in CVS
> > for the modules in my opinion. That way we don't have to worry about
> > having duplicates of modules of the same app. When moonbase is generated
> > it will pull all the STABLE modules. STABLE would mean the latest version
> > that have been tested by a few developers/users. UNSTABLE is bumped/fixed
> > modules that havn't been tested thouroughly yet.
> > 
> > Sincerely
> > Stefan Wold
> > 
> > On Wed, 10 Dec 2003, Nick Hudson wrote:
> > 
> > 
> >>I have a questions for all and for the few who are putting the KDE
> >>testing modules into moonbase.  Why are we doing this?  For myself being
> >>on dialup it makes for a longer download of the moonbase ... but thats
> >>not the real reason, im kind of complaining here.  Personally I look at
> >>it this way moonbase is for the latest stable or latest software
> >>availiable ... and it sometimes gets confiusing  if you have 2-3 version
> >>of KDE in moonbase at one time.  Why arent we using crater for the
> >>testing of KDE?  I use crater all the time for testing Gnome modules,
> >>like now I am using it for the Gnome 2.5.x Desktop Series which works
> >>out fine to test with.  You screw something up you dont have to worry
> >>about effecting hundereds of users at one time.  I dont mean to sound
> >>rude in doing this I just think there is a better way to do development
> >>and doing it in moonbase is the wrong place for it.
> >>
> >>Nick
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