[kepler-dev] Non-Compiling Code in the Kepler Tree

Matthew Brooke brooke at nceas.ucsb.edu
Tue Jan 31 11:06:42 PST 2006

I'd like to issue a general plea that people don't check code into the 
Kepler src or tests directories if it does not compile.

Several classes have been checked in and then excluded from the build by 
editing the ant build file. However, for people such as myself who also 
wish to compile and run from within an IDE, it is an ongoing pain to 
have to deal with these classes, since I cannot "exclude" them from the 
build unless I delete them after each cvs checkout, or I edit my local 
copy so it compiles.

If broken classes must be in CVS long-term, I would request that you 
either comment out lines until they are fixed, or check them into a 
separate area in the CVS tree - not src or tests.

Thank you



Matthew Brooke, Ph.D.
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University of California
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