On Friday 20 April 2012 16:23:30 David C. Rankin wrote:
> > The best solution would be to not host the code at all in TDE git tree. If
> > you use a plain kwin you could just use our release tar-balls and add the
> > patches from my (to be created) branch to build kwin standalone. A
> > submodule is probably not possible as kwin is part of a greater
> > kde-workspace repository.
> Well, logistically I guess it doesn't really matter. The only issue would be
> a matter of updating kwin from the kde.org svn tree before a TDE release.
> From a packaging standpoint, all current distro TDE build systems rely on
> getting the code from the TDE git tree -- which makes it very convenient.
> For those developing and packaging TDE, if there were a merge of twin/kwin
> I guess the simplest thing to do would be to simply mirror the kwin code in
> the GIT tree so that the merge is transparent to the TDE packagers, etc..
> For someone to update the GIT tree with new kwin code from kde.org svn would
> be fairly trivial. I would just like to prevent fragmenting the tdebase
> source location for TDE. Right now, the TDE GIT repository is essentially a
KDE does not have an "svn tree" any more. It's all git nowadays.