cbr at boemann.dk
Wed Sep 29 14:08:46 CEST 2004
On Wednesday 29 September 2004 13:41, Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
> Unless I perpetrated one of the CVS goof-ups that I seem to be prone to, I
> have created a Krita branch, autolayers-branch, for Casper's patches to
> make layers autosize and similar core stuff that is expected to break
> functionality that we're developing in HEAD. Like the HEAD branch, I would
> really stress the importance of keeping the autolayer-branch compile at all
> times, but on the branch functionality can be broken.
> Casper, since you're not terribly experienced with CVS, I'm willing to keep
> the branch updated for the moment with your patches. But I guess there'll
> come a day when you need to do that on your own. If you can start with a
> patch against HEAD that compiles, I can commit it into the the branch for
> When he's done, we'll do the merry merge jig...
thanks, however keeping it compiling at all times would prevent all of you
commits should offcouse be free of simpe compile errors, but I would very much
like to not change every single file that relies on some of the old
behaviour, before making the first commit.
So not changing some files to reflect changes in layers/tile core would break
those files until I (or some of you) get around to fixing them. On the other
hand when committing changes to a file that file should compile.
do I make sense ?
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