[Ns-developers] Learning Bridge has been merged
mathieu.lacage at sophia.inria.fr
Wed Jul 23 09:57:09 PDT 2008
On Wed, 2008-07-23 at 17:44 +0100, Gustavo Carneiro wrote:
> What do you mean by "you are stopping me from providing
> compatibility" ? If you wish to maintain an ns-3.1.x branch, I
> see no
> reason why I would stop you from doing it. I would, in fact,
> find this
> pretty seriously cool.
> Hey, don't trick me into maintaining a ns-3.1.x branch, alone! :P
> I was talking about the route of _not_ branching and instead try to
> keep some API stability in the single branch. What I meant was that
The issue is not branching or not: the issue is who gets to maintain the
stable branch. I am not a volunteer. You seem to not want to do it
alone. Who else is sufficiently interested in this to do it ? _that_
seems to be the real issue.
> I think that, once the python bindings in ns-3-dev build for
> developers (it seems that there are these tricky python2.3
> issues you
> tracked down with craig),
> These python issues should be fixed now, as far as I could test.
> you will have two options:
> - ask those who break the python bindings to fix them either
> running the automatic generator or doing hand edits
> - keep maintaining the python bindings yourself when APIs
> I would be fine with either solution and I think that you
> should pick
> the one which works best for you. i.e., if you want us to fix
> the python
> bindings when we break them, I will support that strongly.
> Sure, but I am concerned about C++ models, not Python.
ok. That still leaves the above question unanswered though: which way
you would you want to pick to go forward with the python stuff ?
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