pidgin: 5316525f: 2008.09.11 - csyfek <csyfek(at)gmail.com...
csyfek at gmail.com
Mon Sep 15 11:10:28 EDT 2008
yes, i think we really need to define a process which will not be problematic.
one problem i found is that i commit at 2008.09.05 and 09.06, but i
didn't received notice form pidgin server till 09.12.
many times, i can't ping through pidgin.im server or even got the
"unknown host" message from my network.
i've just created a branch named im.pidgin.pidgin.openq, hope that we
can avoid the commiting problem, and we've never modified code of
2008/9/15 Daniel Atallah <daniel.atallah at gmail.com>:
> On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 7:43 AM, SHiNE <csyfek at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 2008.09.04, i sent an email "is there any problem with monotone or
>> trac" to pidgin-devel, and khc checked the repository and told me that
>> i had commited *NOTHING*!
>> then the next day, i pull the latest repository form pidgin.im, and
>> then merged, and push again.
> I'm not sure how this is related to the way that commits are being made.
> If you need assistance to define a process that will not be
> problematic, please let us know.
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