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Re: [Issue 2287] svn_client_log should take a peg revision

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2006-01-16 03:32:26 CET

Daniel Rall wrote:
> On Sat, 14 Jan 2006, Julian Foad wrote:
>>Daniel, if this is work in progress, you'd do much better to send it to the
>>mailing list where people could easily review it. [...]
> Unless I missed it, there was no comment other than lundblad's IRC
> review last time I sent a version of this patch to the dev list.

Sorry about that, but that's just temporary bad luck. It happens quite often
that each person who sees a patch has no special interest or particular
comments, and so they hope someone else will deal with it. It's good to ask
again, and if there's still no response then it's fine to file it, but it will
generally take "the team" (i.e. you and me and everyone else) a lot longer to
get around to dealing with a filed patch.

Personally if I see an unanswered question or patch that I might be able to
handle but which I'd rather someone else handled, I mark it in my mail box and
then every now and then see if any marked messages still have no reply. At
that point I may respond, maybe many days later.

Hmm... the "last time" you sent it appears to be only a day and a half before
you wrote the above. I have that message marked, but it's the weekend and I've
been away. Sorry, but although ideally you'll get a response within 24 hours
you may often need to wait a bit longer.

S.Ramaswamy's last patch for this, that Peter Lundblad mentioned, was posted
here not on June 29 but in September:
<http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2005-09/0281.shtml> I queried part of that
patch and have been unable to understand his explanations.

> Personally, I generally do review patches attached to issues (at least
> internally at CollabNet and for the ASF), but if you prefer I continue
> to send revised versions to the dev list, I don't mind doing so.

The e-mail list is definitely preferred in general. Thanks.

> Kinda figured that I was on my own with this one...

Aww! No, not in spirit. I'm sure many of us are grateful that you're working
on this. Just the other day I came across this problem and wished we'd got it
sorted by now, so I'll try to have a look at your patch if it seems like not
enough other people are doing so.

- Julian

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