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Re: Contributing to mauve...
- To: "Jeff Heisz" <heisz at HalcyonInc dot com>
- Subject: Re: Contributing to mauve...
- From: Tom Tromey <tromey at redhat dot com>
- Date: 06 Oct 2001 12:23:34 -0600
- Cc: <mauve-discuss at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- References: <NDBBKCNBDMFKOFKNBHIDKEKICAAA.heisz@HalcyonInc.com>
- Reply-To: tromey at redhat dot com
>>>>> "Jeff" == Jeff Heisz <heisz@HalcyonInc.com> writes:
Jeff> I've been using Mauve to do some tinkering with some private
Jeff> Java library coding and have added some test cases to my local
Jeff> mauve installation. I would like to contribute these back to
Jeff> mauve, along with any new tests I create as I go along.
Jeff> Can someone contact me regarding procedures to allow me
Jeff> development access to the CVS tree? I have ssh et al, so I'm
Jeff> assuming that it will be legal/account stuff that is required.
Actually Mauve is fairly relaxed legally. You just have to be allowed
(by your company or whatever) to submit code to it; no paperwork
required. Also of course we require that submissions respect certain
basic rules: you can't use other people's code in a Mauve test (e.g.,
copying a test from the JCK would be bad), you should follow Mauve
rules (e.g., correctly mark requirements of a test in the Tags: line).
What sorts of tests have you written?
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