On 07/29/2009 09:52 PM, Paul Ferraro wrote:
Today, Jean-Frederic and I discussed creating an svn branch for
work so that work on 1.1 can proceed in trunk. However, this brings up
Currently, we share our subversion repository with the jboss native
project. Our source code resides in an awkward subdirectory of trunk,
making branching (not to mention the maven release process) equally
awkward. Now would seem to be as good a time as any to move to our own
repository. How would this impact the build of the native side?
There should be no problem with the build logic it is used to build
other stuff so it will work even if we move mod_cluster to another repo.
I would prefer to move the whole mod_cluster repo and then branch 1.1.x
to be able to port back stuff easily. (Note that commits in mod_cluster
causes hudson to build jbossnative actually which is not that good).
keep its current location, should this branch only copy from
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