[Rpcemu] Q re RPCemu and RPCemu Spoon Edition

jan rinze janrinze at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 04:47:18 PDT 2009

Hi all,

having a fork is not necessarily bad. It shows there may be different
approaches to the same problem.
Evolutionary it may even benefit all.

Just my2 cents.

Jan Rinze.

2009/7/13 Peter Howkins <rpcemu.howkins at marutan.net>:
> On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 01:00:33PM +0000, Tom Walker wrote:
>> > RPCEmu Spoon Edition is independant from the riscos.info svn, yet
>> > linked. Most changes to the riscos.info svn will get imported into
>> > Spoon, perhaps with small alterations.
>> Might I ask why it was felt necessary to make it independant, rather than
>> keeping SVN updated and periodically making releases off it?
> A few reasons I suppose, we don't have commit access to the SVN, when we
> started Spoon (8 months ago) there wasn't a maintainer, and we wanted the
> ability to pick and choose patches to help create a very stable HEAD build
> for releases, which is difficult to do with so many people having full
> commit access.
> Peter
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