Subject: Re: should not check in unfinished code
To: David Laight <email@example.com>
From: William Allen Simpson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/04/2003 07:45:52
David Laight wrote:
> > You checked it in! That means you're done, and you've tested it, and
> > you are ready for others to test!
> Correct, that parts that are checked in should work.
> Indeed part of the reason for checking them in is to get additional
That means the documentation has to be updated so that folk can try it.
It doesn't "work" until usable by others.
> That doesn't mean that all the changes I'm going to make are checked in.
> It really would be too hard to see what had happened if all the changes
> were commited at once.
Sure. That wasn't the point.
William Allen Simpson
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