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Re: CVS update: subversion/subversion/tests/libsvn_ra_local Makefile.am

From: Joost Baaij <joost_at_spacebabies.nl>
Date: 2001-03-29 09:42:05 CEST

Let me introduce myself ..

I currently work as manager Q&A. My job is to review documents and code,
produce documentation, and make sure everyone's talking to everyone and using
the right tools (such as CVS).

I've joined subversion-dev because I'm not happy with CVS and I believe this
could replace it. I can probably help you guys with the documentation.

Karl Fogel wrote:

> It's important that the build and test suite be in a happy state in
> the repository most of the time, to facilitate parallel development.
> If I've checked in code that breaks "make check", then it's going to
> be harder for others to test their own changes, even though their own
> changes might not be related to what I'm doing.

Should anyone be allowed to check in code that breaks any tests? Personally I
think someone should only commit code when all the tests pass on his/her local
machine.

Joost.
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:26 2006

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