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After some tries, here's my workflow for applying commits from the 3.6 branch to the master branch:
1. Commit to 3.6 :)
2. Create patches for the commits using git format-patch commit sha/range etc. This will produce numbered patches.
3. Switch to master
4. Modify the patches using the following script:
for file in $*
sed 's/\/envers\//\/hibernate-envers\//' < $file > mod_$file
(substitute envers with the appropriate module)
5. Apply the patches using git am <file>
Not very straightforward, but works. And maybe somebody will find a better way :)
I had been working recently on some stuff that deals with JPA2 meta model.
Hibernate is my JPA2 provider/engine. Everything works fine except one
little thing that is name of the Entity. I'd expect that value returned by
EntityType.getName() would be the same as @Entity.name but not the FQN of
the entity class. Although this is not explicitly stated in the JPA2
specification it is reasonable to expect that @Entity.name or the default
value (shortened class name) is the name of the entity used in queries ans
well as other places such as meta model. I know the topic of entity name was
discussed many times in the past (HHH-2597, HHH-4375, HHH-4465, HHH-5709),
and the rationale has been given for current implementation of Hibernate,
however the topic hasn't been touched in the context of meta model that is
new stuff added in JPA2.
I just wanted to know what is your thinking with regards to the matter at
this stage and how likely is implementation of Hibernate would change to
match EntityType.getName with @Entity.name.
I just have spilled the entire cup of fresh coffee on my desktop while
writing this message. The mouse seems to be drowned :|
Il giorno 06/nov/2010 18:07, "Emmanuel Bernard" <emmanuel(a)hibernate.org> ha
Yes except that getResultSize() can have a side effect (ie. call the actual
If things become more complex, we can introduce this object but probably not
for hasPartialResults alone. Make sense?
On 6 nov. 2010, at 16:50, Sanne Grinovero wrote:
> there's a similar case already:
Could I ask you guys for some clarification regarding the versions of
Hibernate that have been currently developed/live?
There is 3.5.x and 3.6 and also 4.0... Can you let me know which one I
should create patch for when working on the bug fix?
The exact location of code repositories would be also very useful.