[development] A streamlined way to develop core patches
mvance at pobox.com
Wed Jan 7 01:36:23 UTC 2009
I realize this thread is a bit old, but I ran across it in the archives and
decided to create the documentation page Chris described:
I was able to track down two mirrors each in Subversion, Git, and Bazaar. If
anyone knows of a Mercurial mirror (or any other additions or corrections),
please feel free to update the page.
- Matt V.
Chris Johnson-21 wrote:
> Should we have a handbook page or two on drupal.org which lists the
> currently supported alternative repositories, and brief summaries of
> their usage (i.e. copy the Four Kitchens description above essentially
> verbatim)? It seems like services like these could be highly valuable
> to the community.
> Thanks to all who support these things.
> On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 2:45 PM, Gordon Heydon <gordon at heydon.com.au>
>> On 08/12/2008, at 2:38 AM, Jakob Petsovits <jpetso at gmx.at> wrote:
>>> On Sunday, 7. December 2008, Gordon Heydon wrote:
>>>> I may take a look but it but I have a feeling I will need more than
>>>> what is available in the version control api
>>>> Plus I want to make it pretty light weight so that adding this to a
>>>> site will have no impact
>>> Mmkay, no problem, just wanted to make sure that you consider the
>>> before dismissing it :)
>> I may actually use the version control api to extend the fuctionality and
>> not provide the base functionity.
>>> (I reserve the right to port good stuff to Version Control API, though.)
>> No problem
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