edscott wilson garcia
edscott at imp.mx
Mon Sep 15 02:56:08 CEST 2003
On Sun, 2003-09-14 at 17:56, Olivier Fourdan wrote:
> I see several changes in the code for xffm every day. Do all these
> changes are real major bugs?
Maybe not big bugs, but they are like mosquitos in your ear at 3 A.M.. I
really do not have any spare time at the moment, so I should not even be
doing that... I'm swamped with backlogged work :-(
> Any change potentially introduce problems (like the one I just fixed, a
> variable declaration after the code doesn't compile on gcc 2.x) - We
> shall NOT stay in RC mode forever, and we do need some process.
I kind of like RC mode. Maybe we should alternate periods of
"new-features" with those of "feature-freeze/bug-relief".
> I really mean that code is frozen and only serious bugs should be fixed.
> I don't care about adding shortcuts, cleaning up code, etc. I care about
> keeping the code under control.
OK. Message understood. Since xffm has no serious bugs, I am now going
into "suspend" mode. Just press the button when it's time to wake up.
> PS: Oh, yeah, yet another problem arised while I was typing this
> message. The compile just stop.
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