makefile -f Makefile.cvs aborts with compile_kpilot does not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL
Unai.Garro at ee.ed.ac.uk
Sun Jan 18 16:53:29 GMT 2004
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> How about using a little common sense at least?
> For about three weeks all development in kdepim took part in a separate
> branch. All new features were added there. Now all kdepim developers need
> to merge their commits from osnabrueck_branch to HEAD.
Excuse me,but I can't say you're really right, or other pim devels don't think
the same way.
I went to #kontact to complain about some build bugs in HEAD, and I asked why
nobody tested if HEAD built, being HEAD that was to be released, not
osnabrueck. HEAD was really broken when I cvs up'ed.
Somebody replied that a few devels did actually test HEAD instead of
osnabrueck. And everybody seemed to agree that osnabrueck wasn't going to be
AFAICT, osnabrueck_branch breaks the freeze rules adding new features (like
I'm not sure what was merged back to HEAD, but new features shouldn't be. And
if not, the rest has_not_been_really_tested in HEAD. Only in the other branch
with new features, and who knows who persons testing.
Just my 2 cents
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