On Thu, Sep 13, 2007 at 12:12:28AM +0200, Guillaume Lelarge wrote: > Tom Lane a écrit : > > Dave Page <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > >> Tom Lane wrote: > >>> Peter usually does it --- in theory any committer could, but he actually > >>> knows what to do and the rest of us would have to study ;-) > > > >> Study or figure it out? If it hasn't already been it should be > >> documented as part of the release process. > > > > Well, RELEASE_CHANGES has > > > > * Translation updates > > Translations are kept in the project "pgtranslation" on PgFoundry. > > 1. Check out the messages module (of the right branch). > > 2. Check out the admin module. > > 3. Run "sh .../admin/cp-po .../messages .../pgsql > > 4. Commit. > > > > but it's not real clear (to me) which is "the right branch" > > They are named the same way PostgreSQL named its branches. For example > REL8_2 for PostgreSQL 8.2. > > They are available here : > http://pgfoundry.org/scm/?group_id=1000064 > > > and what the ...s signify. > > .../admin/cp-po : ... is the path to the cp-po shell script you get when > you did step 2 ("Check out the admin module"). > > .../messages : ... is the path to the messages branch you get when you > did step 1 (Check out the messages module...) > > .../pgsql : ... is the path to your source dir (same branch as messages) > > > It's not a big knowledge gap but I have other things > > to worry about ... > > It seems pretty straightforward now. Perhaps it can be used with cron.
No. Doing that with cron is a really bad idea, imho. We do *not* want any automated commits going into the tree. If we wanted that, why did we bother breaking it out in the first place, and not just give everybody commit access, which would be the same thing? That said, it seems easy enough. I'll be happy to help doing it, but I don't want to step on the toes of someone already working on it. Peter - let me know if you want help mergeing them for this release - I'm availabel to help with that today or tomorrow. //Magnus ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 5: don't forget to increase your free space map settings