I will separate the two commits then. I will not be able to separate them because I aam still so deep in converting NarrativeWeb to use the HTML class. So far, in NarrativeWeb, I have completed converting classes of ContactPage, DownloadPage, HomePage, IntroductionPage, IndividualListPage. I am currently working on IndividualPage...
I would like to be able to commit my changes to NarrativeWeb, but it is currently broken! The changes are not finished yet...
As far as large images part, I would like to merge them into trunk, since I am doing the re-write of NarrativeWeb to make it use HTML Class!
Rob G. Healey
>I'm not sure what you are asking. Are you asking if you should commit Jeff's patch? Or are you asking if you can commit your libhtml changes?
> I am not saying or trying to take possession of, but could
> I be the one to apply the patch as I am currently doing a
> huge change on NarrativeWeb right now. I am changing
> NarrativeWeb to use the HTML class, libhtml.py...
> At the very least can I aaply it to trunk???
> Rob G. Healey
> On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 10:34 PM,
> Duncan Lithgow <email@example.com>
> 2009/5/18 Jeff Silver <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> That's great! Could you attach that patch to a suitable
> bug report /
> RFE? That's the way the devs like it.
> Duncan (not a dev)
The two changes should be committed separately - they should not be mixed in one commit.