[sword-devel] installmgr (and xiphos) crashes (svn 2831)
jaak at ristioja.ee
Wed Jun 26 23:09:51 MST 2013
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Ok. I pushed my own changes to Sword to Gitorious:
which is based on my Sword SVN trunk git mirror:
I think there's currently not much noteworthy there besides the
patches I've already sent to this list. For the moment, any future
changes in SVN I'm planning to merge to my branch.
I must say that I'm not planning any major changes at the moment, but
I'm probably going to simplify a lot of Sword code in the future. At
least I'm not planning to implement ZIP file support before winter.
I'd be happy if others would also base their changes on my clone or my
Sword SVN mirror so we could exchange patches (git merge, cherry-pick
etc) with each other easily for mutual benefit.
On 27.06.2013 03:43, Nic Carter wrote:
> Ok, noted. Thanks Jaak.
> FYI, I don't have SVN access either. I'd appreciate it if you did
> fork on git and made the changes there to be downloading the ZIP
> files directly. I know it's on Troy's todo list, but we all have
> issues with lack of time around here. I'd take your changes and
> use them in PS! I have done that with several of your patches that
> haven't been applied to the master SVN repo.................. Then
> again, if I did have SVN access, I'd apply my own patches as well!
> [insert comment about how we have #defines for windows specific
> stuff (who actually uses windows anymore, anyway?!? well, besides
> DH) and yet my patches that have #defines for iOS have never been
> applied. But given I roll my own libsword that gets bundled in PS,
> it's not a major issue for anyone but me & I can live with it. Good
> merge tools are good! :) ]
>  I hear you can buy anything online now-a-days, yet I haven't
> been able to source somewhere to buy more time from!
> On 27/06/2013, at 12:01 AM, Jaak Ristioja <jaak at ristioja.ee>
>> ZIP files would be OK. But these architectural changes:
>> The thing is that I'm either lazy or just don't have too much
>> time on my hands. And since I have no write access to Swords SVN
>> to fix anything, it were just so much easier for me to fork on
>> git than to try to work with the current project, submitting
>> patches by e-mail, fighting for getting my changes accepted,
>> taking time to explain every single change I make or plan in
>> detail, etc...
>> It just doesn't work well for me. :(
>> So currently my short answer is: NO.
>> Sorry, Jaak
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