Subject: Re: [boost] [Iterator] Fixing the default reference type of transform_iterator (#5127)
From: Jeffrey Lee Hellrung, Jr. (jeffrey.hellrung_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-04-21 21:34:22
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 7:35 AM, Michel Morin <mimomorin_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Jeffrey Lee Hellrung, Jr. wrote:
> >> Ticket #5127 describes this bug
> >> https://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/ticket/5127
> >> and the ticket has a patch.
> >> Jeff, could you apply the patch, if it looks OK?
> > Sure, I'll try to get to it soon (presently doing an svn checkout on a
> > laptop).
> Here is how I set up my system (Mac OS X) for write access to
> the Boost subversion repository.
> 1. Modify the subversion configuration (~/.subversion/config)
> for mime-type and eol-style, according to the following link
> 2. Creating a working copy with authentication
> svn co https://svn.boost.org/svn/boost/trunk boost-trunk --username
> Then, when I commit, I do the following command
> svn commit --username YOUR_USERNAME -m "COMMIT_LOG"
> If the commit log contains
> fix #XXXX (or fixes #XXXX, fixed #XXXX)
> then the trac ticket #XXXX is automatically closed by the post-commit hook.
> The commit log is also automatically added to the trac ticket as a comment.
> Some libraries close trac tickets when the fix is committed to trunk, but
> other libraries do not close trac tickets until the fix is merged to
> For such libraries,
> refs #XXXX
> can be used to automatically add the commit log to the trac ticket
> as a comment (without closing the ticket).
Thanks Michael, this was very informative. I applied your patch and
committed (rev 78121). If I screwed something up in the process of
committing, apologies and someone please let me know!
A somewhat related but more general question: What is the procedure to get
changes from trunk into release? I understand we wait a couple days for the
tests to cycle, ensure there aren't any regressions, then merge to
release...and this last merging step in SVN I'm not familiar with. I
certainly don't want to mess anything up.
Thanks again and in advance,
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