[Monetdb-developers] Re: PFTIJAH CVS branch for Pathfinder
Stefan.Manegold at cwi.nl
Tue Dec 6 14:24:22 CET 2005
according to the TestWeb, there seem to be quite some compilation problems
with the lastest version of Pathfinder; hence, CVS HEAD version of Friday
Dec 02 2005 (now tagged as "XQuery_TIJAH_root") to create a branch called
Please let me/us know, in case there are any problems and/or once you
want/need to start propagating changes from the main trunk to the
Also let me/us know, one you want/need to start automatic nightly testing of
the XQuery_TIJAH branch.
ps: I cc´ed the MonetDB-developers list, since more people (i.e., those
maintaining and/or developing for any module in the MonetDB CVS
repository on SF) might be interested in what's going on with the
Pathfinder CVS repository; and monetdb-developers at lists.sourceforge.net
is the proper communication channel that should be used more actively...
On Tue, Dec 06, 2005 at 11:59:57AM +0100, Jan Flokstra wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> Thanks for your response. Our answers to your questions are:
> (1) We could have a branch from the current HEAD. It looks this works properly
> at this moment. And we would indeed like it A.S.A.P. beacause Jan is goiing
> to Mauritania for 3 weeks december 17th and he would like to have the
> software ready for Hennig to experiment.
> (2) We are not planning to propagate from the pftijah branch to the main
> branch. I think we could use the existing scripts to propagate the changes
> from the main branch to the pftijah branch. The only real overlap are a
> couple of command declarations in "pathfinder.mx", all other stuff will be in
> new .mx files. In the end we would like to change the serialization.mx stuff
> because this will be used extensively. But we can change it in the main trunk
> and propagate it to 'pftijah'
> (3) Jan F? We could create the branch and worry about the other stuff when he
> returns 10 januari!
> Regards, Jan & Hennig.
> On Tuesday 06 December 2005 11:15, Stefan Manegold wrote:
> > Hi Jan, Hi Henning,
> > first of all, sorry for the late reply --- I had been quite busy recently
> > --- only now (on short holidays in Germany ;-)) I found some time to write
> > a proper reply ...
> > Well, in principle creating a branch for 'pftijah' is no problem at all.
> > However, given the experiences I/we have with especially the update branch,
> > we should make very clear, (1) when/of which version of the main trunk the
> > branch is created, (2) how/when to propagate changes from the main trunk to
> > the pftijah branch (preferably not from the pftijah branch to the main
> > trunk, i.e. ALL BUG fixes that also apply to the main trunk MUST be checked
> > in to the main branch (as well)), and (3) who is responsible for
> > maintaining the pftijah branch, propagating changes/bug-fixes from the main
> > trunk to the pftijah branch and testing(!) the pftijah branch.
> > About (1):
> > I guess, you prefer ASAP, hence waiting for the release that we plan for
> > end of January is no option, right?
> > This in turn means that all changes of the update branch, which will be
> > merged into the main trunk before the release (I guess just after new
> > year), then also have to be merged into the pftijah branch...
> > About (2) & (3):
> > Well, I have some experiences and script for the propagation which I'm more
> > than willing to share with who ever becomes the maintainer of the pftijah
> > branch --- surely not me ;-)
> > Let me know, what you think about this ...
> > Greetings from --- well, doesn't matter ;-)
> > Stefan
> > On Fri, Dec 02, 2005 at 09:03:27AM +0100, Jan Flokstra wrote:
> > > Hi Stefan,
> > >
> > > I'm going to start working on the possible integration of Tijah and
> > > Pathfinder. The idea at this moment is to create a Tijah index on
> > > Pathfinder documents. Then we will implement a nexi() function in
> > > Pathfinder which will do the query on this Tijah index and will return
> > > Pathfinder nodes which can be processed by Pathfinder.
> > > I tried to set up a separate module for this called 'pftijah' but this
> > > failed beacause at this moment I need to be very close to Pathfinder.
> > > There will be quite a lot of people on this problem so we need a CVS
> > > repository. So we would like to have a special Pathfinder branch called
> > > 'PFTIJAH' from where we could do our experiments and distribute them.
> > > This branch could be a branch from the current HEAD or from an older
> > > stable version, whatever you consider the best solution.
> > > Is it possible that you or somebody else creates such a branch for us???
> > >
> > > Regards, Jan Flokstra & Hennig Rode.
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