[Numpy-discussion] Current state of the trunk and release
Tue May 20 04:47:10 CDT 2008
On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 12:50 AM, David Cournapeau
> Ok, that should have be more explicit before, I think, because it was
> not obvious at all. I did a few commits: should I revert them ?
Sorry I wasn't more clear; I think we could avoided a lot of
confusion, if I had done a better job explaining what I meant.
Anyway, I don't think there is a need to revert any of the changes
that have gone in all ready. I took a quick look at ever change that
has been made over the last few days and I didn't see anything that I
believe will break anything. If anyone notices something that I have
overlooked which should be removed, please let me know ASAP. Also
let's be extremely careful about committing to the trunk over the next
two to three days.
I didn't branch because when I branched for 1.1.x two weeks ago:
I ended up having to delete it a week later:
So, I tried something different this time. I actually would prefer to
follow the conventional svn trunk/branches/tags model--as long as
everyone else is willing to follow it. After all, I actually voted
for it before I vote against it. I will send out an email momentarily
proposing something closer to this. Please respond to my next email
and not this one.
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