Libraries in the repo

Simon Marlow marlowsd at
Thu Aug 27 06:29:44 EDT 2009

On 27/08/2009 11:24, Sittampalam, Ganesh wrote:
> Simon Marlow wrote:
>> On 27/08/2009 11:18, Sittampalam, Ganesh wrote:
>>> Simon Marlow wrote:
>>>>> I suggest if we stick with the independent repo approach that we
>>>>> have some automation to check that changes are indeed getting
>>>>> pushed upstream.
>>>> Agreed.  Can you think of an easy way to automate it?
>>> How about a cronjob that runs
>>> darcs send<upstream-repo>   --to=<some-list>
>>> ?
>> But the requirement we want is that patches are only pushed upstream,
>> and never pushed to the branch first.
> I might be getting confused about something, but I'd expect this command
> to send an email with any changes in the branch repo that aren't in
> upstream. In other words if you have some patches in the branch that
> aren't upstream, you'll find out and can remedy the situation.

Yes, it tells you that you've screwed up, rather than telling you that 
you're about to screw up, which would be much more convenient.  After 
you've screwed up it might be too late to fix it, due to conflicts with 


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