Re: gnome-session string freeze breakage
- From: Mark McLoughlin <markmc redhat com>
- To: Martin Willemoes Hansen <mwh sysrq dk>
- Cc: GNOME I18N List <gnome-i18n gnome org>, carlosg gnome org, Docs People <gnome-doc-list gnome org>, Desktop Devel <desktop-devel-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: gnome-session string freeze breakage
- Date: Fri, 06 May 2005 11:28:01 +0100
Thanks for that. I've created a gnome-2-10 branch now and reverted
those changes from the branch.
I did it that way, rather than going back and branching before the
changes, so as to make sure the gnome-2-10 branch got all the
translations which have been updated since then.
On Fri, 2005-05-06 at 11:43 +0200, Martin Willemoes Hansen wrote:
> There has been an unannounced string freeze breakage in the string
> frozen gnome-session for gnome-2-10, it seems that gnome-session has not
> branched for gnome-2.10 yet.
> Two new strings has been added.
> These are the messages:
> #: ../gnome-session/gnome-session.schemas.in.h:8
> msgid "Selected option in the log out dialog"
> #: ../gnome-session/gnome-session.schemas.in.h:12
> msgid ""
> "This is the option that will be selected in the logout dialog, valid values "
> "are \"logout\" for logging out, \"shutdown\" for halting the system and "
> "\"restart\" for restarting the system."
> The relevant part of the log for gnome-session.schemas seems to be this:
> revision 1.3
> date: 2005/04/26 10:56:50; author: carlosg; state: Exp; lines: +11 -0
> 2005-04-26 Carlos Garnacho Parro <carlosg gnome org>
> Fix for #76791
> * gnome-session.schemas.in: new key for handling default
> option in the logout dialog
> * logout.c: implement option saving/restoring
> * headers.h: add the new key define
> No warning had been given in advance for this addition. GNOME is in
> string freeze, which means that prior announcement and approval of
> string changes and string additions is needed, as described on
> I suggest that this change should be reverted from the string frozen
> branch. If people disagree with that, then I would like to hear some
> motivation on why this change is considered important enough to break
> the freeze and why it cannot wait until the next development cycle.
> Best regards
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