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Re: PROPOSAL: /ports top-level directory in Subversion repository

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-02-28 11:28:03 CET

> On Feb 27, 2005, at 3:14 PM, Garrett Rooney wrote:
> > John Peacock wrote:
> >> Garrett Rooney wrote:
> >>> Why not just stick everything in /branches/ebcdic/* ? I fail to see
> >>> the need for a top level directory when all this is is a proposal
> >>> for what amounts to a new branch or two.
> >> I would prefer a top level /ports/ directory, since I am going to try
> >> and make some time to start a port to VMS, which will likely be a
> >> very different beast than the native Subversion. It may not be
> >> practical (or desireable) to merge any VMS specific changes back into
> >> the trunk, but I don't know yet how hard it is going to be.
> >
> > Ok, so there's more than one of these kind of branches, that still
> > doesn't convince me that they're any different than any other long
> > lived branch. What's wrong with /branches/vms?
> +1. Branches is branches.

Ok. To conclude: most votes have been for branches in branches and tags in

So, EBCDIC development will be done in /branches/ebcdic/* and their tagging
will be in /tags/ebcdic/* .


Erik (who will do the setting up).

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