ioquake3 support more platforms
kamikaze at bsdforen.de
Sat Dec 19 15:02:40 UTC 2009
b. f. wrote:
>> On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 02:50:31PM +0100, Dominic Fandrey wrote:
>>> So when I submitted ioquake3-1.36 I condemned some poor committer
>>> to read 366609 lines of code?
>> We expect them to test-install the initial code to make sure it's
>> not malware.
>> We expect them to scan the diffs to make sure the system isn't rooted.
>> What's your alternate suggestion? Just let everyone commit whatever
>> they want and hope for the best?
> Aren't the two of you talking at cross-purposes here? It seems to me
> that the OP is looking for a way to update a port to a distfile
> created from a snapshot of project sources -- not in the sense of
> sources that are recreated each and every build by fetching a snapshot
> from a remote VCS, but an actual tarball that has been audited,
> checksummed, and uploaded to a project server. Surely this is needed
> for a few ports, including some now in the tree?
I have the same impression. I'm wondering how this could be the case.
In the OP I wrote:
> I'm providing distfiles, ...
I don't see the wiggle room for anything spontaneously changing when
properly checksummed distfiles are involved.
A: Because it fouls the order in which people normally read text.
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