[Mono-dev] revert of r104029/30/31
andreas.faerber at web.de
Mon May 26 08:31:00 EDT 2008
Am 26.05.2008 um 13:45 schrieb Sebastien Pouliot:
> On Mon, 2008-05-26 at 12:20 +0200, Andreas Färber wrote:
>> Am 26.05.2008 um 11:23 schrieb Atsushi Eno:
>>> Changing parameter names may result in bugs (especially when
>>> there is a field that has the identical name). When it is mixed
>>> with line ending changes, it becomes very hard to identify the
>>> cause of the issue. Those changes should be done separately.
>> I was told so too, but Andreas N. was recently flamed for doing a
>> separate typo fix commit.
>> And review for such non-functional patches, while trivial and non-
>> breaking, appears to be handled with very low priority...
> Yes and I fail to see why non-functional, trivial patches should have
> nothing else than low priority.
Because, as you say, they should not go together with functional
So they either block your functional changes, or require to sync
multiple SVN working copies, or require to switch from SVN to some
distributed versioning system, to separate non-functional from
functional changes. Think of working on multiple hosts and multiple
I've learned Git now and am comfortable with separating the aspects by
branches. Yet keeping the patches people need to apply for testing
small seems saner, for SVN. Or if Git is the new way everyone is
expected to provide and apply+test patches, then the repo location
should be published officially on the Wiki instead of telling people
to ask Raja by email.
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