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Re: [PATCH] small fix for ServerSocket close

From: Mark Wielaard
Subject: Re: [PATCH] small fix for ServerSocket close
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 12:09:17 +0100


On Fri, 2003-11-14 at 05:16, Brian Jones wrote:
> Michael Koch <address@hidden> writes:
> > I think it would be really nice i you could commit this to libgcj too.
> > This class is totally merged.
> Just out of my curiosity, how does that whole process work?  

libgcj and GNU Classpath are mostly completely merged.
Basically people monitor both the classpath-commit and the gcj
java-patches mailinglist and pick up patches that have not been
approved/committed to both trees. Most libgcj committers also have
Classpath commit access and commit their changes to Classpath as soon as
they are accepted for libgcj. (libgcj has a good review process that I
hope we can adopt in the future for Classpath.)

Normally I test almost every change I make against both Classpath
(+Kissme) and gcj so that I can commit to both trees at once (after
approval on java-patches). At the moment I have a slightly hacked up gcj
here so I cannot easily test my patches on gcj so I don't submit patches
to them at the moment.

And from time to time people go through the following page
to see what has not gone into both trees and suggest to merge those
things. (Hopefully when kaffe is more merged with Classpath we can have
a similar page to compare kaffe-classpath). Michael has been a big help
here keeeping Classpath/libgcj in sync. Thanks Michael.



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