Houston, we have a problem.
bastian at kde.org
Thu Sep 5 19:31:17 BST 2002
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On Thursday 05 September 2002 02:44 am, Matthias Ettrich wrote:
> On Thursday 05 September 2002 10:48, Marc Mutz wrote:
> > Hi all!
> > As a demonstration of power, he today comitted a very intrusive patch
> > that, while needed for maintainability and code cleanness of KMail,
> > doesn't belong comitted this late in the release. IMO, it does not fix
> > a visible bug, but introduces new features (albeit #if 0'd out). The
> > reason repeatedly stated by Don for comitting is that he thinks the
> > workload is getting too high for him if he needs to resolve CVS
> > conflicts in his own tree[4-8].
> A feature that is #if 0'd out is not a new feature. Add something like this
> to reducing CVS resolving workload is a perfectly valid reason.
This is not a feature, this is an architectural cleanup that is long overdue.
However, on the kmail list there seems to be a strange idea about what
features are. For example, Ingo has a patch that replaces the current kmail
busy-waiting loop (!) when waiting for gpg to finish with a decent solution
and from what I understand that is not going to be committed before 3.1
either, presumably because that is also a "feature".
bastian at kde.org | SuSE Labs KDE Developer | bastian at suse.com
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