[loom:MERGE] fixing "main" part of setup.py

Aaron Bentley aaron at aaronbentley.com
Wed Apr 2 01:09:52 BST 2008

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Robert Collins wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-04-02 at 10:04 +1100, Andrew Bennetts wrote:
>> Aaron Bentley wrote:
>> [...]
>>> It might be nice to increase the level of support; I think it's been
>>> suggested that bzr send could attach a merge directive for every thread
>>> in the loom to the message.
>> I think I'd usually prefer one message per thread, rather than one message with
>> all threads.
> Thats what I want.

I guess it depends how you're using using threads.

In my work on Launchpad, I have use threads two ways:
- - to separate various layers:
  - database patch
  - ORM updates
  - UI
- - to provide a diff against the last-reviewed version.  I create a new
thread after each review.

This means that many of my threads (the ones due to review) are
closely-related, and I wouldn't want to send them in different emails.

But for the same reason, I don't want to send them all at once.

> The bottom thread should usually be a proxy for the
> submission branch, and not included (which can be detected as its
> revision will be in the mainlines history already).

We could go further and not generate it for any thread whose head is in
the ancestry of the submit branch head.

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