we need a way to grant commit access to the Spring
IDE's source code in CVS for developers which are not
members of the Spring Framework project.
E.g. someone wants to donate unit test for Spring IDE
or another developer is dewveloping an extension to
support refactoring support for Spring bean config
files and had to create it's own project on SF
How to handle those kind of write access to a
sub-module in CVS?
Or should I maintain the source code of Spring IDE
within the old SpringUI project on SF to grant
additional developers CVS commit rights?
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