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Re: [eclipse-dev] Important Source code changes in Eclipse 2.1 stream - README

Same for Platform UI.  A couple of RC3 bug fixes have already been released to HEAD.


Veronika Irvine/Ottawa/IBM@IBMCA
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03/10/03 09:24 AM
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The SWT components in HEAD are not what we released for RC2.

Dean Roberts/Ottawa/IBM@IBMCA
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03/10/2003 07:57 AM
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Hi folks,

As discussed in last weeks planning meeting we will be updating the
copyright notices in all *.java and *.properties files in the 2.1
development stream.

I will carry out the changes later today.  This should have minimal impact
since RC2 was declared Friday afternoon and we have been in a test pass
since.  I will send another email message just before I begin the changes
and just after I am finished.

Essentially the process is:

1) Check EVERYTHING out of HEAD.
2) Update copyrights in all *.java and *.properties files.
3) Commit all changes back to HEAD.
4) Version HEAD and release to the RelEng *.map files.
5) Conduct a test build
6) Perform a binary compare between the *.jar files of the test build and
the RC2 build to make sure nothing "real" has changed.

In essence if HEAD, as of now, is NOT what your team had released to RC2
you have to let me know.  This should not be the case, but you never know.

In addition, let me know if there is some reason this should not be done
to your files.  As of now, the only files we will NOT be updating are:
       JDT Debug Tests
As the tests themselves require certain items to be on certain line
numbers.  The debug team will be updating the files themselves.

The plug-in doing the work will also flag interesting source files such
       Files with multiple copyrights.
       Files with multiple commiters

If you have any questions, concerns or recommendations about the above
please let me know.



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