On Thu, 2010-01-14 at 17:41 -0800, Bryce Harrington wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 11:08:08PM -0600, Ted Gould wrote:
> > On Sat, 2009-11-28 at 16:05 -0800, Joshua A. Andler wrote:
> > > I made the first commit on LP after our trunk branch was established and
> > > it went smoothly. So, everyone, feel free to go to town!
> > Yeah! I'll see if I can clean up the GSoC branches a little once I have
> > upload bandwidth again. I think merging trunk into them would make
> > things much simpler.
> > > As a side thought, since 0.48 will be maintained for a bit while 0.49 is
> > > under development. What do people think about our use of LP and how we
> > > use Fix Released rather than Fix Committed... are people game to perhaps
> > > try using Fix Committed (and target them for 0.48 when doing so) for
> > > this cycle? If we properly use committed and mark where it will be
> > > available, we can then just script it to change to released when it
> > > really is (I think it will be nicer for users). Just a thought.
> > I like "Fix Committed" meaning that it landed on trunk. And "Fix
> > Released" meaning that it's in a tarball. I keep pushing for the script
> > you're talking about there being a button in LP... hopefully it will be
> > soon-ish. Until then, I'm pretty sure such a script already exists.
> Hi Josh,
> Did anyone end up finding a script to do this? If not, I've coded one
> up for you for next time (attached).
No, there weren't any found that I am aware of. Thank you VERY much for
your work on this!