On Mar 21, 2008, at 16:54 , Kouhei Sutou wrote:

> Which way should I use to develop test/unit?
>
>  1. Use the Ruby repository's trunk as the test/unit main
>     repository. The test/unit repository on RubyForge is
>     used just for preview release. (Official release is
>     ruby release.)
>
>     1-1. develop some features on the Ruby repository's trunk.
>     1-2. merge changes on the Ruby repository's trunk to
>          the test/unit repository's trunk on RubyForge.
>     1-3. release a new version as a gem on RubyForge.
>     1-4. back to 1-1.
>
>  2. Use the test/unit repository on RubyForge as the test/unit
>     main repository. Developed features are merged to the
>     Ruby repository's trunk after preview release on RubyForge.
>
>     2-1. develop some features on the test/unit
>          repository's trunk on RubyForge.
>     2-2. release a new version as a gem on RubyForge.
>     2-3. merge changes on the test/unit repository's trunk
>          on RubyForge to the Ruby repository's trunk.
>     2-4. back to 2-1.

preferably 2, as I'm planning on doing a doozy on trunk.

2-3 would be for the 1_8 branch.

thanks!