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auto branch approval of safebrowsing patches

Tony Chang-4
Would it make sense to have automatic branch approval for safebrowsing
patches that get approved on trunk?  Currently all the files are in sync
except for one because of nsIEventQueue.  I believe something similar is
happening with Places?

Thanks,
Tony
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Re: auto branch approval of safebrowsing patches

Brian Ryner
I think this makes sense, this is the same sort of parallel trunk-branch
development we were doing for places.  I'd say you can go ahead and land
these on the branch without individual approvals, assuming that the
patches are confined to the safebrowsing module.

Thanks.

Tony Chang wrote:
> Would it make sense to have automatic branch approval for safebrowsing
> patches that get approved on trunk?  Currently all the files are in sync
> except for one because of nsIEventQueue.  I believe something similar is
> happening with Places?
>
> Thanks,
> Tony
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Re: auto branch approval of safebrowsing patches

Darin Fisher-2
I agree FWIW.

-Darin



On 5/15/06, Brian Ryner <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I think this makes sense, this is the same sort of parallel trunk-branch
> development we were doing for places.  I'd say you can go ahead and land
> these on the branch without individual approvals, assuming that the
> patches are confined to the safebrowsing module.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Tony Chang wrote:
> > Would it make sense to have automatic branch approval for safebrowsing
> > patches that get approved on trunk?  Currently all the files are in sync
> > except for one because of nsIEventQueue.  I believe something similar is
> > happening with Places?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Tony
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