Subject: Re: [boost] [polygon] tutorial done and library ready for release
From: Simonson, Lucanus J (lucanus.j.simonson_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-06-02 11:59:36
Daniel James wrote:
> On 24 May 2010 21:54, Simonson, Lucanus J
> <lucanus.j.simonson_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> * root/index.html includes the library in its list of new libraries.
>> * root/libs/libraries.htm entry is OK, both in the alphabetic list
>> and in the category lists.
>> * root/libs/maintainers.txt entry is OK.
> You can do these (once you've got commit access). Although Beman or I
> usually deal with the root file.
I did the libraries.htm and maintainers.txt. I left the root/index.html alone for now.
>> * website/public_html/beta/feed/history/ entry is OK.
>> * The library has been added to the website documentation list
> I normally do these based on your libraries.htm entry. Although if
> you're interested the relevant files are at:
I would prefer you do it.
>> * The library's root/libs/xxx directory contains an index.html file
>> with either the main docs or a redirection to the main docs.
>> I tried to commit to trunk but got a 403 Forbidden error. Can
>> someone please grant me write access to trunk?
> If you don't get a response, I think you need to ask the moderators
I have the library fully checked in now including the index.html in root/libs/polygon
>> * Component has been added to Trac. See
>> How do I get a login to trac so that I can add the component?
> You log in to trac using your subversion details. But you need to ask
> someone to add the component. Starting a new thread with '[trac]' in
> the subject usually seems to work.
I still don't have a coponent in trac as far as I know. I am able to log into trac now.
>> * Trunk inspection report is clean.
>> * Trunk regression tests are reasonably clean or marked up.
>> Where do these reports get posted so that I know how to check them?
>> I have run the inspect tool on my code today and cleaned up the
>> errors that crept in since last time.
So far my library is showing up in the inspect report but not the regression testing report. What triggers the regression testing to pick up a new library?
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