[Openal-devel] Renaming "portable"
Sven.Panne at BenQ.com
Tue May 2 02:06:21 PDT 2006
I'm aware of this, but this is exactly the feature I'm trying to avoid.
External definitions are not first-class citizens, i.e. they are
disconnected from the main working copy, so e.g. 'svn commit' does not
recurse into them, etc.
The headers and the spec are quite stable, so keeping a (Subversion)
copy of them in synch via a 3-way merge should be easy. In addition, we
would never make a local change of the copy, anyway.
KISS rulez! ;-)
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> Subject: Re: [Openal-devel] Renaming "portable"
> Sven Panne wrote:
> > * The CVS repository had a "portable" module, consisting of the
> > "linux" subtree plus headers and docs. We can have similar
> > functionality by using 'svn copy' in Subversion.
> You can create 'live' module cross-links with the
> svn:externals property, IIRC.
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