From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-01 08:54:15
On Thu, 01 Sep 2005 14:37:45 +0200, Simon Richter wrote
> Boost mainly consists of a set of "subsystems", which each have
> their respective maintainers, and only a few "glue" files that are
> mainly touched by the release managers.
Not true. Various developers often contribute changes into a whole range of
common files and across the tree. This includes things like config changes
affecting multiple libs, web pages, etc.
> IMO, it would make sense to
> express this in the repository structure by having each subsystem
> maintained in a separate branch, and the "master" repository updated
> from these branches when they are fit for inclusion (similar to the
> Linux development model).
This still might make sense to evaluate, but not b/c of the point above...
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