msi: Implement the DROP TABLE sql command.
austinenglish at gmail.com
Thu Oct 2 15:42:49 CDT 2008
On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 3:27 PM, Steven Edwards <winehacker at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 3:25 PM, James Hawkins <jhawkins at codeweavers.com> wrote:
>> Hi, I can't repro this problem on my machine, so I'm sending this
>> patch to patchwatcher by way of wine-patches to get some info. Please
>> do not apply.
> Regarding our wineconf discussion about patchwatcher spam on
> wine-patches and filtering. Perhaps we need 2 email address patches
> can be sent to. My thinking is the flow could be something like:
> 1. By default everyone sends a patch to wine-patches
> 2. If a patch gets rejected the author gets a failure mail in private,
> and now retries or testing patches should go to wine-patches-testing N
> times until they get it right
> 3. once its right, patchwatch could then forward the new good patch to
> wine-patches or could send an email to the dev saying that its good
> enough to now send to wine-patches.
You'd still be sending the patch twice to wine-patches, and by that
logic, for _EVERY_ patch, not just ones that were rejected.
I think the idea at Wineconf was the best:
Submit patches to wine-patches
Patchwatcher does its voodoo magic
If patch is good -> wine-patches-approved
If patch fails -> wine-patches-rejected + e-mail to author
However, I think your idea has merit...if Dan would be willing, could
add a test e-mail, that doesn't spam everyone, for testing only on
patchwater. I.e., patch-test at kegel.com. Results would then join the
rest on the results page (or possibly just e-mailed back, but that
seems like more work for little gain.
More information about the wine-patches