ChangeLog change to .ChangeLog
ralf.corsepius at rtems.org
Wed Feb 27 13:56:37 UTC 2013
On 02/27/2013 02:37 PM, Thomas Dörfler wrote:
> my understanding is, that the information in the ChangeLogs (from our
> CVS history) are not/not completely integrated into the GIT comments. So
> they still maintain history information from pre-GIT times.
> Your other question. I am sure there will be developers working without
> GIT access.
xxx years ahead, when git will long be replaced by something else and
the RTEMS project may long be history, the then-users will appreciate
these ChangeLogs, when "Gulch and Endeavor Patent Enforcement Inc." will
sue them for patent infringement.
> They should also have access to the history available in
IMO, GIT is an implementation detail of todays infrastructure, without
any actual importance and with even less importance to future releases.
> We had that discussion when switching to GIT and I am not sure
> about the results of that discussion (sorry).
IIRC, there was not result. Some people claimed Changelogs are
irrelevant and redundant to git. I vehemently disagreed (and still
disagree) with this reasoning.
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