[tex-live] Re: Omega 1.15

Sebastian Rahtz sebastian.rahtz@computing-services.oxford.ac.uk
Wed, 29 May 2002 20:35:21 +0100

On Wed, May 29, 2002 at 10:00:56PM +0430, Roozbeh Pournader wrote:
> > and a rearranged layout
> What is this exactly?

moving some things from the top level into TeX, from memory.
This was Vladimir's doing, he rightly got annoyed with
some inconsistencies
> Let's see the guidelines for someone who just wants to start development:
> 1. Checkout: a) Setup cvs, b) Checkout from 'omega.cse.unsw.edu.au',
>    c) Setup p4, d) Sync with 'texlive.dante.de', e) Copy sources from 
>    TeXLive tree to Omega tree?!

well, put like that it sounds a pain, doesn't it. is it
that much worse than hacking gnome?

> 3. Commit: a) If you've edited any file not currently in the Omega tree, 
>    use 'cvs add'. From now on, it is your responsiblity updating it with
>    TeXLive, and making sure you won't break anything else. b) commit to 
>    'omega.cse...', and make sure you don't accidentally add anything not
>    edited.
> 4. Release: a) If you've changed anything owned by TeXLive since the last 
>    release, make sure you send it to TeXLive developers. b) Sync
>    Omega files to TeXLive repository. c) Sync your TeXLive tree and make 
>    sure all tests are passed.
> Any better idea?

maintain Omega in TeX Live :-}

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