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      CommentAuthorlaborix
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008
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    At evening I start my TortoiseSVN to update my local SVN versions. Many things are changed to my last version and new is the branches dir.

    What are the sense of branches?
    Why are different branches versions?
    Is the branches versions are useable or only "try and error" versions?
    What are the diffences between branches version and flatpress original svn version?
    Is the original Flatpress svn version the version you will offer?

    Hope I didn't ask to much :)
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      CommentAuthorNoWhereMan
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008 edited
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    branches are 'copies' of the main SVN repository meant to experiment without affecting the "trunk"; usually an SVN repository has a /trunk/ dir (mine doesn't because there was a problem during the first import)

    so, checkout the branches to test new features I'm adding

    there are currently
    - the '/branches/session-fix/flatpress' branch with which I'm trying to fix that nasty bug; main trunk has already the antispam plugin with debug enabled
    - '/branches/new-urls' branch, where the new ?x=param1:val;param2:val (as requested by david) are being experimented; the old urls should still be fully compatible :)

    both the branches differs from trunk starting from rev101 (IIRC); and they differ from each other

    once features will be stable, branches will be 'merged' into the main trunk ('/flatpress/flatpress/')

    HTH
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      CommentAuthorlaborix
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008
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    Thanks for your explanation :)

    bye