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Re: [creduce-dev] Nit

In general I agree but sometimes people move to the branch when close to a release since the new version becomes more important than the old one.

Sorry, I find it hard to get worked up about this sort of hygiene. I'll be more professional once I'm being paid to write C-Reduce.


On 3/10/16 10:11 PM, Eric Eide wrote:
Looking at some recent git history, I gather that some recent "general" bug
fixes have happened on the llvm-svn-compatible branch, not the master branch.
E.g., 440b6ae.

Is that right?  Or are these fixes specific to the llvm-svn-compatible branch?

At some level it doesn't really matter, since the branches come back together
when we make a release.  But it might be a good idea to do all the dev/bug
fixing on master, and save llvm-svn-compatible for versionitis stuff.

My $0.02.