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Re: Memory leak patch

From: Fox One <rockman66_1999@yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 07:20:11 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <20000607142011.15557.qmail@web4304.mail.yahoo.com>
To: www-Amaya@w3.org, www-lib@w3.org
Perhaps the W3C can create an alternate/
experimental CVS directory that allows
users to update it with their changes. 

This might be done for both Amaya and
libwww. 

Of course, some users would also have to take
up the task of recompiling and testing new
revisions of the package on a daily basis. 

BTW, what are the testing procedures for
Amaya and libwww?

--- jose.kahan@w3.org wrote:
> Hello Gary,
> 
> In our previous episode, Desrochers, Gary said:
> > Well, this is the second time for this patch.  Is
> there any way that we can
> > get past patches applied?
> >
> 
> Patches are always welcome. However, applying them
> is a question of manpower.
> It's not just invoking patch, but I have to see if
> the patch follows the
> coding convention and if it doesn't break something
> else.
> 
> As I've said in other postings, my role regarding
> libwww is to act
> as W3C contact, helping open up CVS access to our
> base, helping prepare
> releases, updating pages, etc.
> 
> I also help applying patches, as I'm a libwww user
> myself (from Amaya).
> However, my main activity at W3C isn't libwww. If
> I'm busy with other
> tasks, I can't apply the patches that have been
> submitted.
> 
> In a nutshell, it's a question of manpower. If there
> are other volunteers
> willing to help, they're welcome. libwww belongs to
> its user and it's up
> to us to make it live.
> 
> This having been said, I'm working now on your
> January patches :)
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> -Jose
> 


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