[Twisted-Python] Re: [Twisted-commits] r17325 - merge sob-491, fixes #491

Cory Dodt corydodt at twistedmatrix.com
Wed Jun 21 12:30:02 EDT 2006

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Oh, for pete's sake.

I'm all for a structured development process, but this is just being pedantic
for the sake of being pedantic.  Please tell me, how does following this rigid
log message structure help speed twisted development?  How does it contribute
to the overall quality of Twisted in any substantive way?

>  <line of 78 or fewer characters summarizing change>

Be serious.  The haranguing about this kind of stuff is getting so tiresome
that I've stopped making any serious attempts to commit to the trunk.  As long
as the necessary information is in there, who the heck cares how it's
formatted?  I see that glyph looked at the bug and pronounced it acceptable.
It was possible to look this up in the bug, which is how I found out, spending
all of 10 seconds on it.


Jean-Paul Calderone wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 11:23:28 -0400, Itamar Shtull-Trauring
> <itamar at itamarst.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, 2006-06-20 at 23:26 -0600, Stephen Thorne wrote:
>>> Author: stephen
>>> Date: Tue Jun 20 23:26:19 2006
>>> New Revision: 17325
>>> Modified:
>>>    trunk/twisted/persisted/sob.py
>>>    trunk/twisted/test/test_sob.py
>>> Log:
>>> merge sob-491, fixes #491
>> Who reviewed it, and what was #491?
> To clarify, all commits to trunk should take on this form:
>  <line of 78 or fewer characters summarizing change>
>  Author: <names of people who wrote the code>
>  Reviewer: <names of people who reviewed the branch>
>  Fixes <whatever tickets are being fixed>
>  [Re <whatever other tickets are related>]
>  <longer description of what changes are taking place>
> Jean-Paul
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