Mark Phippard wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 1:22 PM, Hyrum K. Wright
> <hyrum_wright_at_mail.utexas.edu> wrote:
> > I hope the holidays have been good for everybody in the Subversion community. In
> > between spending some quality time with family, and eating more than I ought, I've done a
> > bit thinking about Subversion in 2010, what I'd like to see happen, and some goals that we
> > can work toward as a community. Here's my list (in no particular order):
> > * Release 1.7 with wc-ng and obliterate support
> Just read this one more closely. Are we seriously considering adding
> obliterate in 1.7? Are we expecting to release 1.7 in 2010?
I'm intending to get a useful subset of Obliterate (it's not a
monolithic feature) done in the first half of this year.
But I'm not relying on getting it into 1.7. I was expecting 1.7 to go
soon, well before obliterate is ready, but if it doesn't go soon then it
might get in. I'm developing it in trunk, taking care not to impact the
rest of the code, and disabled from a user's point of view, so it should
be quite safe to release 1.7 without caring about how far advanced the
obliterate development is.
It's better to get releases out quickly so let's push for 1.7 as soon as
> With the pace of wc-ng slowed to a crawl it seems like we are going to
> have a hard time even getting that feature to the point of a release.
> Why would we want to even consider stuffing another feature into the
> We cannot stop people from working on the features they want to work
> on, and obliterate is often requested, so if the feature materializes
> in time for a release great. But I'd hope we are all redoubling our
> efforts on finishing wc-ng so we can do this release and start seeing
> the performance improvements it can bring.
Received on 2010-01-14 17:38:39 CET