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Re: subversion 1.0 time line and Packaging automation

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2003-12-03 19:53:50 CET

Yang Tj-ATY010 <ATY010@motorola.com> writes:

>> Another question, are the developer gurus here interested
>> to learn TWW tools to automate the build/packaging process ?

Probably not.

> To my surprize, there is no feedback on this question which
> either mean I didn't make my point clear enough or my point
> is not useful to generate interests.

Patience! You waited less than one day.

> Here is my second try
> Imagine next time you can answer a solaris 8 svnserver
> compiling/installation question this way.
> make -f Makefile.solaris2.8 subversion-0.33.1
> Similar to ports in FreeBSD that will compile the depended
> software for you. Extra to freebsd is that it will generate
> Solaris pkgadd format and upload to a respository server.
> And on a solaris 2.8 box you run following command to install
> svnserver and its depended packags
> /opt/TWWfsw/bin/pkg-inst -s http://apps.my.com subversion-0.33.1

If someone produces a simple, non-invasive patch that is sufficiently
generic, and if someone is willing to maintain it, then I see no
reason not to include it. I'm not going to do it. If you can show us
a working patch (http://apps.my.com ?!) you are more likely to get a
favourable response.

Philip Martin
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