I'm interested in doing some development work on Webware (I added a
feature to my own install of 0.8.1, and now I'd like to port it to
the trunk version, and then send it around to this list for
Got the trunk checked out of svn, but when I then ran install.py, it
modified all the docs and configs, which is confusing the heck out of
svn (svn status gives a host of !'s and M's).
What's the theory of working on the Webware source code, in terms of
the relationship between svn and install.py?
In an ideal world, I'd like to be able to modify the source code,
test it against an app, and, when I run svn status, just see the
modifications I've made showing up.
I can run MakeAppWorkDir, which is a good start (since it'll put
configs and apps somewhere else), but that will still leave all the
docs in a non-svn state, right? Should I just not build the docs and
How do folks work around this?