Meaning of repo-copy
danny at ricin.com
Tue Mar 29 18:32:41 PST 2005
On Wednesday 30 March 2005 04:11, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
> Danny Pansters <danny at ricin.com> writes:
> > Quick question:
> > Repo copy means that a current port or piece of src is being renamed,
> > probably with other changes or a split-out of parts that become new ports
> > or contribs. Should be seen in the context of CVS.
> > Do I grasp this correctly?
> More or less.
> You might be interested in the FAQ entry titled "What is a repo-copy?".
OK, yes that's clear. I missed that FAQ of course :)
And since we work (usually) through committers we have to request a repo-copy
sometimes or (s)he has to do it on their own judgement.
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