[Twisted-Python] Patch to fix issues/web/models.py from CVS

Patrick K. O'Brien pobrien at orbtech.com
Thu Jun 5 09:02:13 EDT 2003

On Thursday 05 June 2003 07:15 am, Jonathan M. Lange wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 04, 2003 at 07:13:41PM -0500, Patrick K. O'Brien wrote:
> > Index: models.py
> Thank you.

You're welcome.

> However, the CVS repository for Issues no longer represents the latest
> branch of the code.
> Issues has been moved to a Subversion repository. The move took place
> before I launched on a significant refactoring of the code, which was
> required to change persistence mechanisms.

A mention of this in the NOTES file would be useful.

> The reasons for this are varied, but mainly, it's because Subversion is
> more convenient for me, due to my low bandwitdh.
> However, the CVS repository still serves as a valid example of working
> (although not terribly good) Woven code. As such, I'll apply your patch.
> I expect an alpha release of Issues to happen in 3-4 weeks time. This will
> contain all the major features that I expect to have in version 1.0.
> You can find the repos here: http://mumak.net/svn/Issues/
> Subversion can be found here: http://subversion.tigris.org

I was looking at Issues because I'm looking for an example of a Woven app.  If 
the new code is better, I'd rather look at it.  Is there an equivalent to an 
anonymous CVS checkout with Subversion, and do you allow that for Issues?  Or 
would it be possible to just get a tarball or something?  I'm not looking for 
production quality code, just a decent example of a Woven app to learn from.  


Patrick K. O'Brien
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