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Jeremy Huntwork jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Jul 22 12:33:30 PDT 2004

On Thu, 2004-07-22 at 21:25 +0200, Jeroen Coumans wrote:
> Jeremy Huntwork said the following on 22-07-2004 19:35:
> > 
> > I'm not going to be available much during the middle of August, so I'd
> > like to get a few things done on the site now if possible.  Some of the
> > things I'd like to do require that the repository for TWiki is in good
> > working order, that I can make adjustments to the code and have the
> > commits be sent out to the site.  Is the branch I made good enough for
> > our requirements, (the harm has already been done :( ) or do we need to
> > set up a different branch?  If we do require a new one what do you think
> > is the best method of going about that, so I don't make the same
> > mistake?
> My plan was as follows:
> - the twiki/trunk directory is populated with the latest released TWiki code
> - from that trunk, we branch for test.lfs.org
> - in the branch, we modify the code so it matches our current installation
> It's a bit more work & complicated then dropping in the current test 
> code, but this gives us the following advantage: if TWiki is upgraded, 
> we can roll the patch into twiki/trunk. This diff can then be merged 
> into our branch, which will preserve our changes.
> If I'm not mistaken, a branch called test.lfs.org already exists (I 
> created it before you created test.linuxfromscratch.org). I suggest the 
> following:
> - remove your test.linuxfromscratch.org
> - start from branches/test.lfs.org and merge & commit each change from 
> the current test site, including the movements of directory. In 
> subversion-1.1, we should be able to merge updates to moved files in our 
> branches.
> - once branches/test.lfs.org is the same as the current installation, 
> start working on a postcommit script, which creates a working copy from 
> the branch & updates it. As long as no TWiki pages change any of the 
> code changes, this method will work fine.
> I'm open for alternative suggestions, of course :) Also feel free to ask 
> for clarification if necessary. Good luck!

Your explanation was clear, thanks.  At the moment I can't think of a
better way.  But I'll see how it goes, and if I come up with anything,
or have a question, I'll let you know.

Jeremy Huntwork

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