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[TSVN] Re: Another go at a patch for SVNFolderStatus

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-29 16:38:56 CEST

Russell Hind wrote:
>> Is it possible for you/Russell to keep merging those mods into TSVN
>> builds, or is that a problem?
> I can merge these in if you tell me which revisions, but I want to be
> careful about too many merges. I'm currently not keeping track of
> what has been merged in, and I'd hate to merge to many patches and
> produce something that is too far different from an svn-1.1.1 release
> and also possibly unstable.

I agree with that. I have just said in the ReadMe for nightlies that
even if TSVN is untested, it is based on a stable SVN release so it is
safe to use on live data. We do not want to risk making repository
access unstable. The main purpose of the nightly build is to allow
testing of TSVN features.

Will has been doing sterling work on tracking down inefficiencies and
slow down factors, which will ultimately benefit everyone, but I am not
sure we should increase the risk exposure of all Beta testers, even if
the patch seems safe.

Having 2 builds (released SVN and patched SVN) sounds like a difficult


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