[pymvpa] Change of repository layout

Michael Hanke michael.hanke at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 17:00:03 UTC 2008

On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 11:26:29AM -0400, Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
> > > >   For releases in Debian proper we would usually only have a
> > > >   'dist/debian/proper/sid' branch that contains the most recent upstream
> > > may be better to have dist/debian/{etch,sid}/{bp,proper} ? ie flip two
> > > levels?
> > What would be the advantage?
> it would be "cleaner" to my taste... so everything etch related is under
> etch... it is the same issue as with svn organization -- either you keep
> projects on top level and trunk,tags,branches below each project, or you
> have trunk/tags/branchs on top of the projects. Imho the former is
> nicer since everything project related is within the same directory.
Ok, so it is just a taste ;-)

I thought about advantages of either of the two, but nothing really won.
I finished with 'so all backports and proper packages are nicely grouped
together' ;-)

However, as the branches are still flat (besides the name suggesting a
hierarchy) I think anyone of the two is fine. So let's do it the Debian
way -- the one who does it decides. If you want it flipped, go ahead....


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