Re: Hard Code Freeze Breakage Request: GnomeVFS
- From: Elijah Newren <newren gmail com>
- To: Christian Neumair <chris gnome-de org>
- Cc: release-team gnome org, gicmo gnome org
- Subject: Re: Hard Code Freeze Breakage Request: GnomeVFS
- Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2005 17:32:49 -0600
On 8/29/05, Christian Neumair
<chris gnome-de org
Am Montag, den 29.08.2005, 15:03 -0600 schrieb Elijah Newren:
> On 8/29/05, Christian Neumair <chris gnome-de org> wrote:
> Christian Kellner asked me to request string freeze breakage
> committing the patch attached to . It fixes a GnomeVFS
> issue where
> the status callback for async xfer operations was invoked with
> the wrong
> source/dest URI set under some circumstances.
> Rationale: This may eat children if the callback client
> decides to
> further manipulate a particular URI it received at invocation
> particularly since the status information may be wrong for the
> URIs on
> the plate.
> String freeze break requests must be sent to gnome-i18n (release-team
> needs to be cc'ed, but it is Christian or Danilo on gnome-i18n that
> are in charge of string approvals/rejections)
It actually wasn't a string freeze breakage but a typo - sorry.
The patch has already been committed, since Vincent felt good enough to
notify me that we weren't string frozen when I wrote the email.
Um, we weren't hard code frozen yet--is that what you meant?. The
string freeze has been in effect for nearly three weeks. If your
patch just fixes a typo that isn't translated, then no worries, you're
all set. If the patch fixes a typo in a translated string, you'll
need to revert it until you can get string freeze break approval.
(I can't tell what's right, because in looking at the bug I saw two
patches, neither of which seemed to contain a fixed typo or a
translated string change)
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