OpenJDK Mercurial Transition Update 2
Kelly.Ohair at Sun.COM
Thu Sep 13 16:17:57 UTC 2007
I don't know how long it will take to have all the various repositories
from the various levels or integration areas exposed.
But we should be able to have at least one 'read-only' set of repositories
available fairly quickly, probably the MASTER level repositories.
The MASTER gets the bulk changes from the team integrators on a daily basis
and is what is used as the source of the build promotions.
But keep in mind that we have hundreds of jdk developers that will be
switching from TeamWare to Mercurial all at once, hopefully not wanting to
burn me at the stake. So it may get hectic for a bit around here as we
get things right and ready for public consumption. ;^)
Build 23 is our primary Mercurial target, which is roughly Oct 26 assuming all
goes well, so hopefully just days after that.
Halloween maybe? Seems appropriate, it's scaring me. ;^)
Ted Neward wrote:
> Any estimates on when the Mercurial repositories will be open to the public?
> Ted Neward
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>> Update 2 on the Mercurial Transition.
>> Build 20 will have a separate langtools tree!
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