[Dbix-class] Re: Refactoring Tangram::Expr and Tangram::Relational::Engine - looking for a SQL AST module

Darren Duncan darren at DarrenDuncan.net
Sun Jul 31 13:26:42 CEST 2005

On Sun, 31 Jul 2005, Sam Vilain wrote:
> Fantastic - feel free to put this project in the utsl.gen.nz subversion 
> repository, or let us know if you have already found an open repository 
> where this can go... sharing incremental commits is a great way to merge 
> minds.  Even if you don't give out commit access, at least I can track 
> it via SVK and send suggestions as easily integrated patches.

All, and Sam,

I currently have no open repository, but have decided to take you up on 
your offer and use utsl.gen.nz, at least for the short term.  That way, 
people can see the bleeding edge of Rosetta development, and optionally 
contribute to it.

Please go ahead and do any setup that is necessary.  Probably you want to 
create a new project for this rather than my adding files to a different 
project.  Then post the details on how to access the new repository.  The 
sooner the better, as I will try to use it while I'm at OSCON, and I leave 
home in about 8 hours.

You can start the repository empty; I will give it the initial file 
complement as my first commit.  I will initialize the repository with a 
known stable set that is a few weeks old, and then add the newest changes 
with further commits in an ordered fashion.

Please make me the sole committer to start with.  If others wish to commit 
to, I wish to hand out the committer bits myself.  This policy may change 
later, but that's how I wish to start out.

Thank you in advance. -- Darren Duncan

P.S. It may be anywhere from 18-36 hours before I'm on the 'net again.

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