Hotspot shell games
martinrb at google.com
Sat Jun 6 15:59:24 PDT 2009
There's a cultural reason for keeping only one "head" per repo,
namely that the prior source code control system "Teamware"
was used this way at Sun. I expect also in future this will be the case;
"branch" will be spelled "clone".
On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 12:40, Volker Simonis <volker.simonis at gmail.com>wrote:
> Yes, that's what he wanted and no, they would not sit on top of hs15/16 -
> the repo would look like this (you probably want to look at this with a
> fixed size font such that it makes sense):
> -> hs14b01->..->hs14b10->hs15b01->..->hs16b01->.. (default branch)
> (initial hsx14 clone)
> \->hs14b10->hs14b11->..->hs14b17->.. (HSX14 branch)
> The HSX14 branch can be easily created in the jdk7/hotspot repo by syncing
> to "hs14b10" and pulling from the HSX14 repo. You just create a new head in
> jdk7/hotspot - that's all...
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