DIB engine

Austin English austinenglish at gmail.com
Sun May 31 14:18:18 CDT 2009

On Sun, May 31, 2009 at 2:11 PM, Andrew Eikum
<andrew at brightnightgames.com> wrote:
> I am definitely doing small commits and following the WineGit wiki page.
>  One concern I have is that the number of patches will probably be over 50
> or even 75 -- I'm not sure if it'd be better to submit them all in one go as
> they're pretty much all alike (just stubbing), or just do batches of 5-10
> every couple days as I finish them (so it's not a deluge of patches).  Any
> suggestions?

No need to wait, go ahead and submit a couple. Since you're new to
wine, it may take a couple days for them to get committed.

Once you've got your feet wet and a few patches submitted, go ahead
and submit a few more (5-10) a day. Try to avoid flooding
wine-patches. The patches don't depend on each other, and it's not a
huge rush to get them all in.

And no need to wait to stub everything before sending implementations.
If you've got it ready, and it works (add testcases to verify), send
it in. Don't sit on your good patches, share them with everyone else


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