In our previous episode, Joost van der Sluis said:
> > merging so most requests have been honoured, and I plan to branch mid next
> > week or even monday if there is not much response.
> > If I missed some, or there are important new ones, there is still a few days
> > time, waiting for the win32/64 findfirst fix.
> I'm hesitating about merging all fpmkunit and fppkg changes. Things
> improved a lot, but a little bit more testing could be useful. Not that
> it's used a lot, though.
> At least it should handle https, since idefix is https only, now.
> What do you think?
We could have take the risk just after a release, so we had some months for
problems to emerge. Last minute merge of 118 revs that are not regularly tested
in trunk is a bit minor. Moreover fpmkunit is heavily used due to fpmake,
and merging is a pain, since support for newer targets that don't exist in
fixes might need manual adjusting.
So I would guess try to name hotfixes only.
That is a bit unfair, since I do merge fcl-passrc atm, but that package is
currently quite used heavily in trunk, and I kept up with merging every 2
months or so without reported problems.
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