[Twisted-Python] Re: [Twisted-commits] CVS: Twisted ChangeLog,1.13,1.14
carmstro at twistedmatrix.com
Mon Feb 11 20:55:03 EST 2002
Well, the main reason for that entry was Functions, because that was a
pretty large milestone (at least I was proud of it. :)). I just put in
the other stuff because I happened to do it at the same time.
On Mon, 2002-02-11 at 19:51, Glyph Lefkowitz wrote:
> For those of you who do not subscribe, this is a message in response to
> a CVS commit. If you're interested in getting CVS commit messages,
> email me privately.
> On Mon, 2002-02-11 at 16:02, Chris Armstrong wrote:
> > Update of /cvs/Twisted
> > In directory zaibach:/tmp/cvs-serv21198
> > Modified Files:
> > ChangeLog
> > Log Message:
> > updated ChangeLog to reflect stuff on twisted-commits.
> IMHO this is far too fine-grained. Especially something like:
> > + * twisted/eco/eco.py: Reverted evaluator state back to functional-ness
> > + :) And added functions (anonymous and global), and broke various
> > + interfaces
> Not to mention the fact that the evaluator is hardly functional, even
> though it uses functions :)
> In general, NOTHING that gets changed in CVS and then gets changed
> *back* before the release ought to be documented in ChangeLog. This is
> confusing enough as is.
> "Cannot stand to be one of many -- I'm not what they are."
> -Guster, "Rocketship"
> glyph lefkowitz; ninjaneer, freelance demiurge
> glyph @ [ninjaneering|twistedmatrix].com
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