[theora-dev] svn access and formal things.

Ralph Giles giles at xiph.org
Sun Dec 23 16:21:27 PST 2007

On Sun, Dec 23, 2007 at 11:01:44PM +0100, Nils Pipenbrinck wrote:

> * Do I need a named account to commit changes? How do I get such an account?

You need a named account if you want to do on-going commits. Otherwise 
you can email patches to the list and someone else will commit them.

You get an account by emailing me (privately) a preferred username and 
htpasswd2-crypted secret.

BTW, are you working on the encoder, decoder or both? If the encoder 
note that there's a rewrite going on which affects the encoder's asm
routines. You might want to pay attention to it in your work.


This will be merged back into trunk once it's obviously working better.

> The code-base is nice and consistent. I try to follow the style as much 
> as possible but I'm sure one or another misplaced bracket will sneak 
> into the code. The code I usually write is formated completely 
> different, so it's not easy for me. :-)

Well, the encoder and decoder have different styles. We're not real 
sticklers, but trying to match local style is always appreciated. SVN
will take care of line endings for you.


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