From: Joaquin Cuenca Abela (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jul 31 2002 - 08:36:14 EDT
--- Hubert Figuiere <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Insert | Endnote crashes Abi now, but the layouts
> get properly placed
> > in the layout hierarchy. I need to make the
> containers, though; this
> > happens in fb_ColumnBreaker.cpp. That's the next
> thing I'm going to
> > work on (in my copious spare time.)
> Loading file is foobared, once again.
While we are with it...
Please, when you commit something to text/*, keep it
minimalist. Let the refactoring work for the next
We're at least 4/5 persons working at the same time
here, and it's getting a real pain in the ass to find
out why something you spend 3 days to fix is again
broken, and to find where exactly the code happens to
be today and why in the hell is broken again.
Merging 2 or 3 *days* old code also gets harder.
Add to all that non-cvs access, and you will
understand my pain.
In short, by all means commit everything that provides
an improvement or fixes a bug. Keep everything else
Joaquin Cuenca Abela
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