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Re: gcc source management requirements

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2002-12-10 05:51:39 CET

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On Monday 09 December 2002 20:00, Martin Pool wrote:
> I've started using the micropattern of putting all submitted patches
> as diffs into a subdirectory of the CVS tree.

I have my own pattern of creating a directory for each open issue (bug) and
creating branches and storing patches within that directory. (I actually
track the issue descriptions and comments in this same directory, but that's
not the point.) For example:

    i000100/ # Issue number 100
      ... # comments, patches, addendums
        ... # branches for working on the issue's fix
    pediddle/ # issues assigned to me (pediddle)
      ... # more issues
    ... # more issues

So basically all work gets done in a branch, and the branch is stored along
side the issue description and any relevant patches.

Just in case anyone cared :-)

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Peter Davis
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