On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 9:16 PM, Ryan Schmidt
>> On Jan 25, 2017, at 09:59, Dalton, Bill (GE Energy Connections) <Bill.Dalton_at_ge.com> wrote:
>> We know how we would want it to work. I'm guessing that if we need it "fixed", that we would need to get the souce, make our fix, and build our own version? That has the advantage of giving us control on how it works for us, but makes updating to future versions complicated and risky.
> If you know how to fix a Subversion bug and contribute that fix, I'm sure the Subversion developers would be appreciative.
Yes, absolutely. And I think a solution is definitely possible, if
someone is prepared to spend time on it. In this case, I think it's
best to start from that discussion thread from 2015 , try to
summarize where it stranded, and bring it up again on the
dev_at_subversion.apache.org mailinglist with your view on how it should
work. We can then try finding a consensus in the community on the
Apart from discussing how it should behave (which is the first step),
you might want to take a look at Subversions Community Guide .
Received on 2017-01-26 18:27:29 CET