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Re: CEDET Merge

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: Re: CEDET Merge
Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2017 14:57:58 -0800
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If you want a recent example of this, "make ChangeLog" and look at the
dates of "recent" concurrency entries. Some are years old.
That doesn't mean we should drop the rule, just that some people are
not always following rules.

I guess I'm not following this. For example, commit 470e3028d8a741d97349faa8fdeb148d913a49d0 ("Fix the MS-Windows build") has a commit date of 2015-11-02 19:04:06 2015 +0200, and so "make ChangeLog" dates it 2015-11-02. And yet this commit was merged into master on 2016-12-10, by you, as part of merge commit 2412a1fc05fe9f89b171d0781c2d530923f48adc ("Support concurrency in Emacs Lisp"). So when you say "some people are not always following rules", do you mean that you did this particular merge incorrectly? Or am I not understanding the rules?

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