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[Gnu-arch-users] Re: [BUG] feature plan -- merge request headers

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: [Gnu-arch-users] Re: [BUG] feature plan -- merge request headers
Date: 26 May 2004 17:06:36 -0400
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> Now someone can fix a trivial bug in arch with:

>         % address@hidden

>       % tla get $LORD/dists--devo--1.0 wd
>         % cd wd
>         % tla buildcfg
>         % cd src/tla
>         % tla fork bug123
>         [hack hack hack]
>         [test test]
>         [hack]
>         [test]
>         [hack]
>         % tla commit --announce

But doesn't the `fork' step require write access to the
address@hidden archive?  This is more a question about `fork' I guess,
but mypoint is that it's important for `fork' to be able to make a fork in
some other archive, which also means that it can't so easily benefit from
the "downstream branch" feature (unless that feature is extended so it can
relate two branches in two different archives).


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