Where to Store Requirements for RTEMS Components
chrisj at rtems.org
Thu May 23 06:44:56 UTC 2019
On 23/5/19 3:40 pm, Sebastian Huber wrote:
> On 23/05/2019 07:35, Chris Johns wrote:
>> On 23/5/19 12:25 am, Sebastian Huber wrote:
>>> We definitely need a repository to store the requirements files (Doorstop,
>>> YAML). This is the first thing we have to know. If it later turns out that the
>>> choice was bad, we can still remove it from one repository and do a subtree
>>> import in another.
>> I suggest you use personal repos under your name to experiment with. It will
>> give you more freedom and will not impact on the main repos until we know the
> Yes, we can do this. The drawback with this approach is that the work is a bit
> more detached from the RTEMS development and will probably end up with a huge
> patch set out of nothing.
If we start with a single component and go from there we can monitor how it is
evolving. If the approach is sensible, scalable and we like it we can move to
the main repo. I assume you will post patches for view? I recommend this happens
because a large merge becomes a simple move to the main repo. Yes buildbot will
go nuts but we can discuss this Amar when the time comes.
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