[Stackless] Policy for taking patches from 2.4?
bob at redivi.com
Thu Feb 19 17:28:04 CET 2004
On Feb 19, 2004, at 7:32 AM, Giovanni Bajo wrote:
> Christian Tismer wrote:
>> It would be nice to have that anyway, since it
>> would allow us to be ready with the Stackless
>> port, right after 2.4 is final.
>> On the other hand, I never figurd out how to
>> keep stuff in sync, if Python is changed every
>> I'd be very fond if we had a concept for that!
> Well, you can merge every once in a while. The first step is to
> download the
> new Python CVS sources and trying to merge Stackless into it (using
> of course). Then you fix the code as it has to be changed to meet new
> concepts or whatever. When this is finished, you say that you have
> 2.4 as of Python 2.4 of day X (the day you got the CVS sources). Every
> N days,
> you can ask Python CVS to generate for you the diffs of the changes in
> period (from day X to day X+N), and you apply them to Stackless 2.4.
> You run
> the tests again to verify nothing is broken, and fix whatever
> necessary. Commit
> the changes and this is Stackless 2.4 merged to Python 2.4 of day X+N.
> And so
> on until Python 2.4 is released. Of course, the interval of merge can
> wildly, dependending on your free time and stuff. Doing it "often"
> makes things
Sounds like way more fun than I'm willing to have at the moment ;)
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