Re: GTK and OSX: a call to sanity

On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 11:10 AM, Milan Bouchet-Valat <nalimilan club fr> wrote:
> Le mardi 06 septembre 2011 à 16:34 -0700, John Ralls a écrit :
>> It's not a fork of Gtk+ (yet, though on days like this one I get
>> really tempted). I actually revived the gtk-osx project on SF; the
>> previous version was an actual fork of Gtk1.
> So let's improve things a step more, and completely merge the project.
> Sounds like the natural end of the story. :-)
>> As I explained earlier, the changes *are* patches, they *are* attached
>> to bugs in Bugzilla, and Kris Reitveld *has* promised to review them.
>> When he has had time to do so and they have been polished to his high
>> standards, they will be committed into mainline.
> If you need Kris to review your patches before committing them to
> mainline, then the usual way is to have a branch in the GTK git
> repository, and rebase it into master when it's accepted. That's much
> easier for everybody, much better than putting them on a different repo.

To clarify this, the branch is already in the GTK+ git repo and not on
SF.  As John has mentioned, all patches are attached to bugs in
Bugzilla, which I prefer above digging through a branch to find the



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