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00-dev.log                                          Review date : 2010-11-05
#  vim: set fileencoding=utf-8 ff=unix tw=78 ai syn=py : per Python PEP 0263 

     This document is intended for yserial developers.
     Users may consult within the y_serial_dev.py module for documentation.
     That one module file is the latest and all you need to get started.


_______________ GENERAL INFO, see also http://yserial.sourceforge.net 

The development style using Mercurial version control is discussed in the
docs directory, please see 02-hg-dev-stable-branch.html for details.

There are two branches in the repo: default and stable. The default branch is
for non-bug development, while the stable branch is for bug fixes.

As a developer, please add your comments here in chronological order. The
style is informal. Later we may need to write "official" documentation, apart
from the what's contained in the y_serial module.

Recorded TAGS will generally take the semantic versioning form:  vNmm.b
where N= major, mm= minor, b= bugfix numbers, e.g. v060.7
Your personal non-recorded tags can be created using the -l local option.


_______________ 2010-11-04 Thu 16:26  rsvp 

Hello, world. Thanks very much for participating in this project. We really
appreciate your effort into our collective code development.

     -Adriano, yserial lead developer, 
           http://bitbucket.org/rsvp
           http://github.com/rsvp
           adriano@akapost.com      


_______________ 2010-11-07 Sun 10:27  rsvp re: Github mirror.

We mirrored yserial to github using the hg-git extension, however, after the
first push there were extension bugs outlined here:
     https://github.com/schacon/hg-git/issues/issue/151
Using the gexport command before the push did not seem to help.

This is a version control issue, nothing to do with y_serial itself ;-)

The hg-git extension also automatically added a tag called "master" 
for the benefit of git. (This could be a side-effect from my bookmarks 
which creates a pointer that moves along with new commits.)