brian.goetz at oracle.com
Wed Oct 31 22:45:13 UTC 2018
The branches that seem to be most approaching something useful are:
- jep-334 (already ready to PTT)
> On Oct 31, 2018, at 6:15 PM, Aleksey Shipilev <shade at redhat.com> wrote:
> In Shenandoah project, we eventually figured that having the automatically-generated webrevs against
> upstream is a very convenient tool for debugging (figuring what exactly was changed), review
> (sometimes, accidental changes leak in, and cause head-scratchy bugs), and merges (because you can
> tell if the change is coming from your code).
> This is the example for amber-demo branch (among other patches for other projects):
> If you tell me what other branches are interesting to have, I can add them to the schedule as well.
> The rule of thumb is to get the more or less stable branches that are slated for merge to upstream
> at some point.
> (Technically, webrevs are generated against the first "hg in" changeset's parent, which assumes the
> linear history in "default" branch, and that all branches get merged from default regularly. I think
> that is already happening in amber).
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