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Re: Moving Lua source codes
On Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 03:26:19PM -0700, Paul Goyette wrote:
> >>-current is where development should take place.
> >I disagree. That way - doing development in the master tree - lies the
> >madness that has given Linux some of its worst problems. Development
> >should take place on branches, or, preferably, outside the master tree
> >entirely. When something is developed and is past initial testing,
> >_then_ is the time to bring it into the tree.
> >For example: AF_TIMER sockets. I developed them on my systems, never
> >going near NetBSD's main tree with them. I'd've suggested bringing
> >them in long since, except I think they're not ready.
> >Not, as always, that anyone has to agree with me, or care what I
> I agree with Mouse. It seems to me that this is why branches exist.
(am I dating myself with that expression?)
David A. Holland
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