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Re: Fwd: error while running make check (g++ 4.7.0): missing include of

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Fwd: error while running make check (g++ 4.7.0): missing include of unistd.h
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2012 21:59:20 +0200
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Frédéric Bron <address@hidden> writes:

>> If you are familiar with various linux utilities, you
>> could follow the instructions here
> Do you mean that with git-cl, I could submit a patch that would be
> automatically added to staging if successful?


> Wouah! Impressive, I will try to make this work.

It will have an issue opened for discussion, it will have your patch
uploaded on Rietveld, it will notify the people looking at the tracker
that something is up for review, offering tools for doing per-line

There will be a semi-automatic procedure testing that your patch passes
the regression tests, opening discussion if successful.  At some point
of time, the patch will likely be put onto a Countdown, and become
pushable after a few days.

Someone will still have to actually push it.

After that is done and the next release has been made, the QA team will
verify that your work is indeed contained in the release.

So no, the patch will not get pushed automatically.  But there is a lot
of infrastructure organized around having code pass into LilyPond, with
a number of people and automated procedures keeping care that things
don't break and are reasonably transparent.

Using git-cl will usually be the easiest way to make use of that

David Kastrup

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