From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-08 09:37:36
Paul Mensonides wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: boost-bounces_at_[hidden]
>> [mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Thomas Witt
>> Paul Mensonides wrote:
>> > I just updated the EDG configuration of the pp-lib on both
>> the trunk
>> > and the release branch at the request of EDG.
>> The release branch is frozen since March 1st. The idea being
>> no changes and if there is a pressing need please run them by
>> me first.
> Yes, I know. I just didn't know who I was supposed to run them by.
Sorry, it's a little bit weird. If you knew about the freeze you
could have posted a patch saying "I don't know who's supposed to
approve this, but there's a patch".
>> I guess for now we have to hope this one does not break anything.
> It shouldn't, but if it does, it is a trivial rollback.
Depends on the meaning of "trivial". A commit that touches a library
that many other libraries depends on might trigger rebuild of a lot
of tests, and that would take a lot of time. So, assuming a commit
breaks something, we spend a couple of days running tests after
the change, notice breakage, trivially rollback it, and wait a couple
days for new results, which easily translates into 4 days, during which
time results of other changes are not updated as often as desired.
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