[Cabal] Responding to sourceforge tracker items

Mark Doliner mark at kingant.net
Mon Jan 29 23:14:07 EST 2007

On Mon, 29 Jan 2007 19:06:58 -0800, Sean Egan wrote
> On 1/29/07, Sadrul H Chowdhury <imadil at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > How do I respond to the tracker items in Sourceforge now that I am doing
> > stuff in the monotone repo? I have closed a few patches/bugs and responded
> > with the usual 'Committed'/'Fixed for next version'. Should I keep doing
> > that, or should I hold off responding to the trackers like this for now?
> >
> You can be all Dolinerish and backport it to svn. ;)

Eh, I don't think it matters too much.  You could respond to the trackers
saying that it's committed even though it's not in SVN.  And then if someone
calls you out on it just say, "Oh, I forgot to commit it, sorry, I'll do that
now" and then backport it to SVN.  I have a feeling very few people would
actually call you out on it.


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