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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Is it a good time to commit on trunk?

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-01-16 14:43:52 CET

JP Fiset <jp@fiset.ca> wrote on 01/15/2006 10:44:01 PM:

> Since I was approved as a commiter for svn-ant, I had some delays in
> submitting a patch I have been working on for a while. First, I had to
> rebuild my computer and then, it was Christmas and all that it entails.
> Finally, I am caught up and ready to commit. However, from the mailing
> list, I see that the Subclipse team is working on RC1. From my
> understanding of the discussion, trunk is still open for new
> development. However, before I made a faux-pas, I thought I'd better
> check with the list.
> I am ready to submit my patch for svn-ant on task 384 and 393. It is up
> to date with trunk and tested. Any objections?

svnAnt is separate from Subclipse anyway, so no problems there.

But yes, Subclipse is open for commits as well. I have a 1.0.x branch
that I am maintaining for the release.


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