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Re: Extensive changes during pretest

From: Michael McNamara
Subject: Re: Extensive changes during pretest
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2008 16:24:52 +0000 (UTC)
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Eli Zaretskii <eliz <at> gnu.org> writes:

> Why are so many changes being checked-in so late in the pretest?  They
> don't seem to be bugfixes to me (see below).

My changes are all bug fixes. Note I and my colleagues have been maintaining
this mode for 15 years at http://www.verilog.com, including a test suite.  With
this release of emacs, we are including the current version of verilog-mode.el
as a progmode inside of emacs-22.  It would be excellent if we start out with
the current version of the verilog-mode.el in the emacs-22 release.

Please let me know what you would like me to do.

> Would the head maintainers please state clear guidelines on what
> should and what should not be installed at this time?  In the absence
> of a formal procedure for reviewing patches before they are committed
> and/or for posting them after the commit, I think it's imperative we
> have clear and agreed-upon guidelines.
> Here are the changes that prompted this message:
>   2008-02-21  Michael McNamara  <mac <at> mail.brushroad.com>


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