On 9/13/07, Pierre Schmitz email@example.com wrote:
Am Freitag, 14. September 2007 00:50:32 schrieb Damir Perisa:
why not assemble the new [core] without doing any modifications on the [current]? creating a [extra2] that is replacing the extra and then just assemble these two new repos with the contents from the old ones you like. after finishing everything, just update pacman in the old repos to look for the new repos instead the old ones and release a new ISO.
imho that`s they only way to go. Working on a "living" repo is a really bad idea. What happens if we realise that we did something wrong or the creation of core isn`t that easy as expected?
+1 especially for the core idea. Is it all that bad if we lose revision history on this stuff anyway (in the sense of moving it to a new cvs repo named core)? It will still be there in the old current repo if really necessary.