On Fri, 2007-09-21 at 09:18 +0200, Jules Colding wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-09-20 at 15:43 -0400, Paul Smith wrote:
> > Hi all;
> > 
> > I'm not an evolution developer but I'm trying to understand the way the
> > project uses subversion.  I have some questions, especially now that
> > there's been a release of 2.12:
> > 
> >       * Shouldn't there be a gnome-2-20 branch on evolution-webcal?
> >         there may be other Evo modules that don't have the right branch.

evolution-webcal module isn't maintained by the Evolution team. I think
Rodney (dobey) maintains it.

> >       * I notice that the versions of the code that I'm building still
> >         say 2.11.92, rather than 2.12, but I thought that 2.12 was
> >         officially released?  I don't see anything on the gnome-2-20
> >         branch that changes the version number, which is where you'd
> >         expect it to be.
Blame it on me. We do have a gnome-2-20 branch and I normally do the
tagging and commit of configure, NEWS, ChangeLogs on Wednesday's (Day of
release). Unfortunately I'm sick for the past three days and I haven't
had a touch of my laptop apart from any emergency emails/issues. Just
today I have done it. Sorry for any inconvenience. 

> >       * Are we adding tags to the code to denote the release?  I don't
> >         see any tags that seem to be related to this release.
Yes. We are tagging releases and it is done for 2.12.0 as well. 

> I can only join you in your puzzlement. The following are excepts from
> configure.in and shell/Makefile.am:
> configure.in:
>       AC_INIT(evolution, 2.11.92, 
> http://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Evolution)
> shell/Makefile.am:
>       noinst_PROGRAMS = evolution
>       install-exec-local: install-evolution
>               $(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(libexecdir)
>               mv $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/evolution-$(BASE_VERSION) 
> $(DESTDIR)$(libexecdir)/evolution-$(BASE_VERSION)
>               $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) evolution-nognome 
> $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/evolution-$(BASE_VERSION)
> These tree excerpts alone makes me believe that
> "svn.gnome.org/svn/evolution/trunk" isn't the primary repository that
> the Novell developers checks their source into...

Jules, No we work ONLY with svn.gnome.org and whatever we do are with
GNOME SVN only. You may see some small-random patches with OpenSUSE but
otherwise there is nothing else hidden here.


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