Am 04.06.2006 um 00:14 schrieb Richard Koch:
> Here is a later version.
> I decided not to make a zip of the source (since it has LOTS
> of .svn files);
> users who want source can get it from SourceForge.
Actually, to make a source release, you should use the "svn export"
command. I.e. do
svn export https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/texshop/trunk
This will work similar to the "svn co" command, only that it leaves
out all those .svn directories. That means one can't "svn up" in the
dir, but it's perfect for making source archives.
> When it becomes live, I'll write a short note in the TeX on Mac OS
> X mailing
> list directing people to this site. My style is to put little in
> that note except
> "TeXShop 2.10 beta is available" because people rapidly go there to
> the latest stuff.
Am 04.06.2006 um 00:34 schrieb Richard Koch:
> On the bug tracker, there is an item called Group. What is that?
> It has a pull down item with "v1.0 (example)". Could there be
> a new item called "v2.10beta"?
Indeed, there could. Assuming you are logged in, there should be an
"(admin)" link to the right of the group popup (and also near the
"Category" popup). Click on it. Here you can configure arbitrary
additional groups. Like one called "2.10beta" or anything you like.
> And once the user selects that, could we filter out such items
> in the sense that a typical bug reader could ask to see only
> bugs with group "v2.10beta".
Youp. Just go to the "Browse" page <https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?
group_id=155796&atid=797238>, then select the corresponding group in
the popup there, then click the "Browse" *button* to get a filtered
list. Of course the resulting link can be put onto a webpage, too.
> Then my web page could say
> 1) Submit New
> 2) Choose Group v2.10beta
> 3) Feel free to log in, but if you don't have an account and don't
> want to go to the trouble of getting a (free) account, ignore the
> log in and submit anonymously.
Yup, that sounds just like what I'd do.
> This will cover all questions, so using the bug tracker is a very
> good idea.
> BUT is there some way (as suggested above) to isolate the
> 2.10beta bugs?
I hope what I described above makes sense. Just try creating that
"group" and try the browsing as described. If something doesn't work
or is unclear, then as usual, do not hesitate to ask me :-).
> Are we almost there?
I think so.
> I made the other suggested changes on the "almost live" web
> page. If we can get past this, I'll remove the statement about email
> and replace it with something like the above.
Hopefully what I described means you can make that change... Just
tell me once you have a new version of the beta page ready and I'll
evaluate it once more!