Commit 2c4754f1 authored by Daniel Veillard's avatar Daniel Veillard

- README.cvs-commits: added, pointing to HACKING

- HACKING: updated
Daniel
parent 82ab81e9
Tue Mar 13 10:28:49 CET 2001 Daniel Veillard <Daniel.Veillard@imag.fr>
* README.cvs-commits: added, pointing to HACKING
* HACKING: updated
Mon Mar 12 22:09:40 CET 2001 Daniel Veillard <Daniel.Veillard@imag.fr>
* parser.c: and Matt Sergeant found one in the XML push
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......@@ -3,32 +3,30 @@ NOTE:
with the old libxml-1 headers. I posted on gnome-hackers a recipe to
change your code to compile with both, check it out ! Also read
http://xmlsoft.org/upgrade.html
- in the meantime the old 1.x code has been tagged with LIB_XML_1_X
- in the meantime the old 1.x code has been tagged with LIB_XML_1_BRANCH
extract this version and drop me a mail if you want me to take care of
the update of your module to libxml-2 <veillard@w3.org>
- the 1.x branch has a separate commit policy, please check the HACKING
file for this branch
Rules for commits on the gnome-xml module
=========================================
If what you are patching is a non-compilation issue either at compile
time or linking time on one of the main Linux platforms, then feel free
to patch first and send mail afterward.
to patch first and send mail afterward as long as the change is limited.
Please keep in mind that a large part of my user base is on Windows, so
be careful with potential portability problems there.
Otherwise, send me (Daniel.Veillard@w3.org) a mail and if it's a bug
issue, register it at bugs.gnome.org. I check both my mail and the
bug database everyday. if you don't get an answer within 3 days
(which is highly unprobable) then commit your changes. This simply
mean that I'm on holliday or on the road.
The reasons I'm asking for an ask before commit policy is that I'm
using a separate CVS base for unstable developments and if you commit
a patch I didn't get, I may loose your change by mistake (it happened
already once) and seriously complicates my job of merging both bases.
(The second base is at http://dev.w3.org/ under the XML module).
Otherwise, send me (veillard@redhat.com) a mail and if it's a bug
issue, register it at bugzilla.gnome.org (module libxml). I check both
my mail and the bug database on a regular basis. If you don't get an
answer within a week (which is highly unprobable) then commit your changes.
This simply mean that I'm on holliday or on the road.
thanks in advance for following the rule,
Daniel
P.S.: Raph Levien get an exception for the send before commit rule :-)
P.S.: Bjorn Reese get an exception for the send before commit rule
Please read the HACKING file for instructions
Daniel
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