[Biopython-dev] Biopython-corba and CVS

Jeffrey Chang jchang at SMI.Stanford.EDU
Sat Jan 27 21:17:04 EST 2001

Since nobody else has posted an opinion to the group, I'd like to say that
it's normal for CVS repositories to degrade over time as designs get
changed.  It sounds like it's starting to get hard to manage, so I say go
for it.  :)


On Wed, 24 Jan 2001, Brad Chapman wrote:

> Hi all!
> I have a question about biopython-corba and CVS. I've mucked up the
> current CVS directory for biopython-corba pretty badly. I was pretty
> inexperienced with CORBA and other things when I started, and ended up
> making lots of directory changes which makes things really complicated
> in there, with lots of empty directories and dead files. It is pretty
> ugly.
> I was thinking that it might be better to move the current
> biopython-corba module to something like biopython-corba-old and start
> fresh with the new biopython-corba release. I know this is really bad
> CVS practice, but it seems better to me then the current mess I've
> got in CVS.
> What do people think about this? Any other suggestions?
> Brad
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