|Subject:||Re: [Tinycc-devel] Development/patches - subversion repository|
|Date:||Wed, 13 Sep 2006 22:38:32 +0200|
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Hi Guys,I am not too concerned where the repository is hosed - I can provide free svn hosting and there are other services available. My main frustration has been seeing useful patches but with nothing applied to the main source tree. I think the solution is to open up write access to people actually working with TCC and making patches.
> [...]Just a note : setting up a new web site and a new repository for TCC won't solve the problem - anyone can do it easily. Applying random patches in the repository is also not the issue. The real problem is to verify the patches by using the knowledge you have from the code and by using the regression tests and to give remarks to their author...
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