[tex-live] New infrastructure: Question and patch
frank at kuesterei.ch
Thu Jul 26 08:31:44 CEST 2007
Reinhard Kotucha <reinhard.kotucha at web.de> wrote:
> Karl Berry writes:
> > [...] but I'll take a look when I have a chance.
> Maybe it makes sense to have a TODO file (a simple text file) in the
> svn repository. Bug reports and patches can be added there if they
> can't be fixed/applied immediately.
> I suppose that everyone involved in TeXLive development maintains his
> own TODO list somehow. But I'm sure that it's better to have such a
> file in the repository.
> If someone reports a bug, the email message can be appended to the file.
> If someone fixes the bug, he simply removes the message from the file.
Sounds like you just invented a bugtracker in text-only form. In case
someone volunteers to set it up, would the team be opposed to using a
sourceforge-like tracking system? Or even a Debian-like...
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