On Fri, 13 Jan 2017 16:43:32 +0200, Bernd Porr wrote:
Ooops. Sorry. Didn't see that e-mail.
And, re specifying the "Subject:" line, I had the time to forget that
we already agreed on changing the name of the prospective component.
I'm away to Greece at the
moment but I'll have a try re write access at the weekend. I agree
that it would be much quicker if I could commit to the sandbox
I've just had a quick look at two randomly selected Java files from
Though I didn't delve into the details, there seems to be a general
remark for increasing the robustness with purely systematic changes:
that would be to make classes immutable, wherever possible.
Are there some considerations (pertaining to the concepts implemented)
that would prevent such modifications?
If not, would you be willing to perform those changes?
 That would sometimes entail change to the design (e.g. using the
"fluent API" paradigm rather than "setters").
On 13/01/17 10:51, Eric Barnhill wrote:
That was where we left it. I asked Bernd if he did not have write
the sandbox. If there was a reply to that I didn't see it.
This would be the key thing to sort out. Can Bernd write to the
is it committers only? If it is only committers, I am happily to
Bernd's contributions I just need to know what the procedure is
On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 9:12 AM, Bernd Porr <m...@berndporr.me.uk>
I *think* I suggested to add a couple of subdirs. One of them with
filter code and another one for the Kalman filter in it. However, I
have write access to it so I think Eric is planning of doing it.
On 13/01/17 01:33, Gilles wrote:
As of today (revision 1778484), the SVN repository
is empty. :(
What is the status/roadmap?
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