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Re: Request for including patches into branch 0.35.0 and 1.0

From: Tobias Ringström <tobias_at_ringstrom.mine.nu>
Date: 2003-12-16 09:45:02 CET

Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> Hi Patrick,
>> A recent change in svn_auth_ssl_server_trust_prompt_func_t made the
>>javahl binding uncompilable. This changes my implmentation of that
>>function type.
> If you follow the changes in the Subversion API, could you mention the
> revision number of the change which you are following? There has been quite a
> large checkin by Tobias. If you are following that checkin with this change, then
> it's not in 0.35.0 yet. As soon as he creates an issue for applying it to
> 1.0, you could mention your dependency in the issue tracker.

Thanks Erik, but this particular change is an adaption for r7975 which
is already in the 0.35 branch.

Patrick, I committed another API change in r8006 that I hope to get into
the 1.0 branch but not the 0.35 branch. I have one more API change
lined up that I will commit shortly. After that the API should be
stable for a long time.

>> I have found a crash in the javahl module, which happened because I
>>was passing native path styles into the svn_client_* functions.
>> A small addition the README file, which is important for building
>>javahl on MacOS X.
> These two seem like the type of change we also applied to 0.34.0 after
> branching. I'd say they should go into 0.35.0.

I second that (i.e. +1), but there is a lot of whitespace confusion
going on in those files...

As mentioned last time, fixing things like this is why whe have one week
from branching until release. Compile and crash fixes should go in as
long as the risk of side-effects is minimal, and that is definately the
case here.

Note that everything that goes into the 0.35 branch will automatically
end up in the 1.0 branch since it will be created from the 0.35 tag
(when it has been created). I think it's best to wait for one more +1
before Jostein merges this into the 0.35 branch, for formalitys sake. A
veto from Jostein is possible of course, but not likely in this case.


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