Author eric.araujo
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Date 2011-07-26.14:24:59
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Okay, I hadn’t seen you in http://docs.python.org/devguide/developers and I don’t recall the URI of the generated file with all names.  I’ve asked that your Roundup profile be updated so that you get the Python icon and the possibility to be assigned bugs.

If you already have clones, the workflow should not be hard: go to a 3.2 checkout, fix things, run patchcheck and tests, commit.  Go to 3.3, pull, merge, test, commit, push.  The only tricky things that can make push hooks reject changesets are trailing whitespace, maybe EOLs, and new named branches.  We also prefer to push one changeset with all changes, not a series of changesets with gradual fixes.
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