From: Zbynek Winkler (zw-bjam_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-05 14:35:56
Vladimir Prus wrote:
>>>Pedro, can you commit your current version now? As I've already
>>>suggested, it's best to create directory v2/python and add new files on
>>Is the branch really necessary? I would not mind getting the python
>>files along with my regular cvs update...
>If you're just a Boost user, I think that seeing lots of Python files
>appearing in tools/v2 can be alarming. If you're interested in this code, you
>need to switch a single directory to the branch once, all subsequence updates
>won't move the directory back to trunk.
Forgive me if this is general cvs question - there seems to be no
directory named v2/python on the main branch. To get the directory I
need to switch the whole v2 dir to the python branch but that gets me
back to the BOOST_BUILD_PYTHON_BASE since before the branch was created.
So how do I keep track of the HEAD of everything and latest PYTHON at
the same time? Wouldn't the python directory have to be on the HEAD
branch as well as on the PYTHON in order for it to work? Thanks.
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