[mythtv] development practices (regarding current live tv
wylie.swanson at gmail.com
Wed Nov 9 19:54:57 EST 2005
I do subscribe to mythtv-dev and mythtv-cvs -- and I am happy enough with
Issac's "didn't feel like it" answer -- not that it matters. I am more
excited to see the LiveTV work done than worry about temporary sacrifice.
And I would argue that it is easier for you to "svn update -r 7738" (and
using a LiveTV working build) than it is for everyone else to fork another
branch. If you don't like a rapidly developing source tree, use stable.
But this is not why I am replying.
Issac, when you say not very long? Any thoughts as to how long? A couple of
days? week? more? ;)
On 11/9/05, Isaac Richards <ijr at case.edu> wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 November 2005 07:31 pm, Jeremy Muhlich wrote:
> > Isaac, why didn't you create a branch to do your disruptive live tv
> > work? "You should subscribe to mythtv-dev if you want to run the svn
> > head" isn't a good enough reason. Branching in svn is really, really
> > easy and would have avoided a lot of problems here.
> Because I didn't feel like it, and it won't be broken for very long?
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