[rfc][icedtea-web] Ready to commit extensions for Bug 3684
jvanek at redhat.com
Wed Mar 20 12:56:09 UTC 2019
I'm sorry for delay, but itw was changing home.
It moved to github, under wings of adopt openjdk.
If you don't mind do you think you can move to classical github workfow, of PR per majorchange?
I will review here, via classical github review.
Lets consider this as test of ITW on github.
Are you ok with it?
Thanx for understanding, and dont hesitate to scream if you dont like a bit.
On 3/15/19 7:57 PM, Justin Reock wrote:
> New contributor here – I’ve been working with Jiri Vanek via https://icedtea.classpath.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=3684 to push some contributions to the IcedTea-Web project. We’ve added the following functionality:
> - Exception sites list similar to Java Control Panel, viewer panel as well
> - Ability to enable/disable every field in IcedTeaWeb Panel, just like Java Control Panel
> - Pull proxy information from PAC and Windows Registry
> - Exception match on hash
> Jiri has asked me to submit these in logically separate commits, and I am ready to do so. I'm a little confused on how minor contributions like these need to be tagged in Mercurial, however. I am working off of the 1.7.2 (07c6f970a4c9) revision and I have committed, but I'm hesitant to push anything without fully understanding how the community prefers tagging to work.
> Could someone give me a quick overview to the preferred methodology, or point me to a resource that explains it? I checked https://icedtea.classpath.org/wiki/ReleasingIcedTea but that seems more for full releases than code contributions.
> Any info appreciated!
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