From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-20 09:38:46
John Maddock wrote:
> Andreas Huber wrote:
>> John Maddock wrote:
>>>> What should we do about the *LC* problems? Is it worth bothering
>>>> with those?
>>> Um, don't know, in theory yes, but there are a lot truly trivial
>>> issues showing up, for example there are dozens of html redirect
>>> files, that have
>>> no content except a http-refresh redirection, we could just mark
>>> these so they don't show up in the report I guess?
>> Sure, how can I mark them?
> I don't remember and I can't find it in the docs :-(
> You may have to dig into the source or ask Rene!
Use "boostinspect:nolicense" or "boostinspect:nocpoyright". But...
>> What about the People pages? Do they need license and copyright or
>> should we just mark them too?
> Yep I guess they do need license and copyright.
All files, including the redirection files, need copyright and license,
legally it's what's best.
>> Aren't people automatically nagged about this anyway? If not I can
>> surely do some personalized nagging :-).
> I think the messages are only going to the mailing list at present.
> I guess
> in order of importance we need to fix:
> 1) Regressions.
> 2) Coding guidelines violations (min/max/namespaces etc).
> 3) Missing copyright on source files.
> 4) Broken links in docs.
> 5) Everything else :-)
> Oh and somewhere into all that, we need to decide whether users will be
> building 1.34 with bbv2 or bbv1.
Given that we haven't been doing regressions with BBv1 I think we've
already decided that we'll be building with BBv2. One area of help I
would appreciate on this one would be user level testing of the
build+install on the various platforms.
> If the former then we need a new set of
> getting started instructions at a minimum.
Dave has been promising he is working on those. In case you want to nag
him directly ;-)
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