From: Frank Birbacher (bloodymir.crap_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-05 15:57:06
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Vladimir Prus schrieb:
> So, did you figure if you have trunk access?
I did now:
$ svn mv
-m "moved Eclipse plugins into trunk"
svn: MKACTIVITY von
403 Forbidden (http://svn.boost.org)
It seems I don't. IIRC I also tried it some time ago without success.
>> And would these contributions be included in releases as the trunk
>> becomes released? Do we include all contributions into the release or do
>> we only provide them by public svn access?
> I think they will be included.
Should they? It would make the boost release bigger, but it doesn't add
value to everybody as Eclipse plug-ins are not useful for everybody.
Checking out the trunk already takes long enough, I think. At work I
have copied boost into a svn repository and stripped it down to useful
parts only: only headers, source and bjam, no examples, no
documentation, no peoples page, no tests ... just to make checkouts faster.
I cross post this to boost.devel so everyone can take note of the switch
to the boost.devel newsgroup (which is set as follow-up).
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