[slime-devel] Re: SLIME Committers
attila.lendvai at gmail.com
Mon Nov 20 22:41:33 UTC 2006
> > as you seems to be the long missed dictator (or even if you are not,
> > you have been stamped by this :)
> There's no dictator. I think every Slime hacker has equal rights and
> responsibilities. This includes giving commit rights and
> rewriting/deleting code that someone else wrote.
i was more-or-less joking there... :) i agree with you in these.
> I have no objections against moving to darcs. But that repo only
> contains the commit history back to 2005-04-04. It wouldn't be wise
> to throw away earlier changes. I've run cvs2darcs and placed the
> result at http://common-lisp.net/~heller/slime-cvs2darcs.tar.bz2.
> It's twice as big: 17MB uncompressed. Is that a problem?
definately, thanks for noticing this! i was in the belief that the
conversion was lossless.
fyi, the resulting repo of the cvs2darcs does not pass a darcs check,
and cvs2darcs was last modified sometime in 2004. i've contacted the
tailor guys and asked them to take a look at the slime repo because
there's probably some bug in tailor that makes it skip the first n
of course i hold back my horses until the conversion is fixed.
"- The truth is that I've been too considerate, and so became
- I understand.
- No, you don't understand! We don't speak the same language!"
(Ingmar Bergman - Smultronstället)
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