[etoys-dev] Etoys: DrGeoII-Core-HilaireFernandes.16.mcz
hilaire.fernandes at edu.ge.ch
Sat Jun 19 13:30:24 EDT 2010
This multirepository for identic source code is unsane.
Why can't you just grab a copy from the upsteam repository when I notice
one for you?
Bert Freudenberg a écrit :
> On 19.06.2010, at 19:01, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>> On 19.06.2010, at 17:28, Hilaire Fernandes wrote:
>>> Hi Bert,
>>> I can't see duplicated #12 package.
>>> What I see is jump in version number in the Etoys repository. For example, DrGeoII-core version jumped from #12 to #15. It is expected as the development is done in the DrGeo repository, then when I am happy with the changed code, I push a new version in DrGeo repository.
>>> What else?
>> You published a version 12 in the etoys repo, dated June 2.
>> On June 15, you took version 11 and started developing again, from that branch you published the current version.
>> So the current version does not have the original version 12 as a direct ancestor - that's where the problems come from. No automatic loading or merging is possible if a later version is not a child/grandchild of the previous version.
>> So this is breaking the automatic updating. You should always develop on a single version - branching takes extra effort.
>> - Bert -
> What you should do is merge the version 12 from the etoys repo into your latest version. Then publish that as a new version to your own repository, and *copy* it to the etoys repository (do not save it again).
> - Bert -
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