I'm really anxious for that, I fear everytime I have to redeploy
because I know I'll waste one hour fighting classpaths. So, please do
it, ASAP! If it's today, I might have some bug reports (or no-bug
reports!) for you in the next few days. :)
On 2008/01/29, at 17:31, Mike Schrag wrote:
> I'm contemplating the following:
> * Leave stable where it is for right now
> * Stop the nightly updates of "nightly"
> * Make a new "superunstable" folder that nightly builds build into
> * Commit the new classpath stuff
> * Sit back and watch the explosions
> I believe it is working OK inside of Eclipse (and I have a good
> handle on fixing anything that comes up), but my big concern is the
> build.xml files. There were fairly significant changes made, and
> it's really hard to know what CRAZY stuff people are doing inside
> their build.xml files, and I'm pretty confident there are going to
> be problems with it (did I mention I really hate ant?).
> The complication with this particular change is that there are
> people still using 4118 on stable, and there are people now using
> "nightly" as a "stable" for the new Eclipse/Leopard, so we have to
> have a REAL unstable place so that people who really want to try
> the broken stuff can do so while not breaking the other people even
> more in the meantime.
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