The organisation had evolved over the last couple of years. Basically the master branch still reflects the gtk2 stream up to version 2.0.2 of gtkpod.
The gtk-3.0 branch is the latest dev stream devoted to gtk3 code and 2.1.0 and above.
It may be time to move the gtk3 stream to master and migrate the gtk2 stream to it's own backports branch.
What do you think?
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Javier Kohen <jkohen@...> wrote:
I have write access to the repository, but I don't understand how it's organized. I noticed that the latest change commited to HEAD is from September, but there are tags with commits from two weeks ago. Namely gtkpod-2.1.1. Where should fixes go?
The problem I'm trying to fix is that gtkpod crashes when adding folders due to imaginative memory management. I'm attaching the patch to fix it, in case anybody's hurrying to get the fix.
On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 21:33, phantomjinx <p.g.richardson@...
> ** The organisation had evolved over the last couple of years. Basically
> the master branch still reflects the gtk2 stream up to version 2.0.2 of
> The gtk-3.0 branch is the latest dev stream devoted to gtk3 code and 2.1.0
> and above.
> It may be time to move the gtk3 stream to master and migrate the gtk2
> stream to it's own backports branch.
> What do you think?
I think that's the right thing to do, since there are no plans to move back.
I'll see about submitting this fix to the gtk-3.0 branch in the meantime.
I have now moved the git branches around so the repo makes more sense to
The gtk-3.0 branch, ie. the main dev stream, is not back on master and
represents gtkpod 2.1.2 unstable.
The gtk-2.0-legacy branch has now been created and this remains
conceptually gtkpod 2.0.3 unstable, although no work has been done on it
for a while.
Hope that is a little clearer.
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