xfce4-terminal in svn
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Fri Nov 18 18:27:56 CET 2005
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On 11/18/2005 9:12 AM, Oblio Oblio wrote:
> It's up to the developer to pick and choose, I see. But does the SVN
> tree get checked from time to time at least ? - some parts in there
> could be very outdated.
It's up to the downloader to figure that out. If you're capable of
making a svn checkout, you're also capable of looking at the websvn
interface at http://svn.xfce.org/ to see when the last commit to that
particular part of the tree was. As you can see, the last 'real'
commit to xfce4-terminal was 13 months ago. Most users won't want to
deal with svn, period, preferring to stick with regular releases. Those
who want to experiment with svn have a slightly higher bar to hurdle.
Such is life.
As botsie said, mechanism, not policy.
 That is, a code commit, and not just updating translations or the
ChangeLog, or other random administrative tasks.
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