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authorThomas Schwinge <tschwinge@gnu.org>2007-12-22 13:48:00 +0100
committerThomas Schwinge <tschwinge@gnu.org>2007-12-22 13:48:00 +0100
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-# Source repositories
-
-CVS repositories on Savannah, see <http://savannah.gnu.org/cvs/?group=hurd>.
-
-## Branches
-
-Members of the Hurd Savannah group,
-<http://savannah.gnu.org/project/memberlist.php?group=hurd>, are allowed to
-create branches without formal permission...
-
-* named *SAVANNAH_LOGIN-WHATEVER-branch* for general-purpose branches, or
-
-* named *BASE_BRANCH-WHATEVER-branch* for topic-branches basing on
- *BASE_BRANCH*.
-
-*WHATEVER* shall be a suitable tag.
-
-Examples:
-
-* GNU Mach
-
- * *gnumach-1-branch-Xen-branch*
- * *gnumach-1-branch-gdb-branch*
-
-* GNU Hurd
-
- * *miles-orphaned-changes*
- * *hammy-libchannel-branch*
- * *mmenal-soc2006-nfs-branch*
-
-Also, create helper tags for merging mainline changes into your branches.
-
-Examples:
-
-* GNU Mach
-
- * *gnumach-1-branch-Xen-branch*: *gnumach-1-branch-Xen-branch-merge_helper*
- * *gnumach-1-branch-gdb-branch*: *gnumach-1-branch-gdb-branch-merge_helper*
-
-* GNU Hurd
-
- * *hammy-libchannel-branch*: *hammy-libchannel-branch-base*
- * *mmenal-soc2006-nfs-branch*: *mmenal-soc2006-nfs-branch-base*
-
-### Merging
-
-Merging between CVS branches is not trivial. Unless you really know what
-you're doing, please talk to [[Thomas_Schwinge|tschwinge]] or
-[[Samuel_Thibault|samuelthibault]], to avoid cluttering the repositories
-unintendedly.
-
-## Tags
-
-Equivalent rules apply.
-
-## Behavior
-
-### ... on your branches
-
-Most branches are to be eventually be merged back into the mainline branch. To
-faciliate (and also to help other contributors) we'd like you to write a short
-summary log in a top-level (or wherever else appropriate) `ChangeLog.WHATEVER`
-file.
-
-Examples:
-
-* GNU Mach
-
- * *gnumach-1-branch-Xen-branch*: `ChangeLog.Xen`
- * *gnumach-1-branch-gdb-branch-merge_helper*: `ChangeLog.gdb`
-
-* GNU Hurd
-
- * *hammy-libchannel-branch-base*: `channelio/ChangeLog`, `libchannel/ChangeLog`
- * *mmenal-soc2006-nfs-branch-base*: `nfs/ChangeLog`
-
-This need not be a full-fledged [GNU-style *ChangeLog*
-file](http://www.gnu.org/prep/standards/html_node/Change-Logs.html). E.g.,
-don't waste time writing *ChangeLog* entries for debugging stuff that will be
-removed again before merging back into mainline. But please do write
-something. Short notes.
-
-### ... in general
-
-Try to not introduce spurious, unneeded changes, e.g., whitespace changes.
-
-Adhere to the already-used coding conventions. These are usually the [GNU
-Coding Standards](http://www.gnu.org/prep/standards/html_node/) for stuff
-written by ourselves, including new files, of course.
-
-GNU Mach code is largely based on external code. Don't GNU-ify it, as this
-would make merging external patches unnecessarily difficult.
+* [[Source_repositories]]