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Re: Moving patches from head to 3_1-branch
Paolo Carlini <email@example.com> writes:
| Phil Edwards wrote:
| >On the trunk the changelog reads from newest to oldest, but (my opinion only)
| >this need not be true on the release branch. The text of the date tells
| >us when the patch was originally conceived, and the order of the entries
| >tells us the relative order in which they were applied. On the trunk
| >those two concepts are synonymous, but on the branch, they might not be.
| Ah! What you are suggesting seems a nice idea to me but it's something
| new, isn't it?
| I mean: last time branch and trunk were out of sync and Benjamin
| resynced them, he did also insert the Changelog entries in positions
| corresponding to ordered dates thus leading to final identical Changelogs.
The patches queued for 3.1.1, will be applied *after* the GCC-3.1
release; the corresponding changelog entries should reflect the dates of