[racket-dev] Hacking on the collects

From: Eli Barzilay (eli at barzilay.org)
Date: Tue Dec 7 00:16:38 EST 2010

7 minutes ago, Jakub Piotr Cłapa wrote:
> On 06.12.10 18:16, Jay McCarthy wrote:
> > I develop in the same git clone that I use. If I change collect X,
> > I test after running "raco setup X" and once I'm satisfied. I run
> > "raco setup" to see if other things were affected. I then run
> > tests on things other than X that I know depend on it. Then I
> > push.
> Does that require symlinking the collects from the git repo to the
> installation folder or it just means that you do not run make
> install at all?

You can just run a build in the working directory.

> > If you do a pull request on github, it will not be useful because
> > github is a mirror and I'll just need to get the patch some other
> > way anyways.  I'd rather you sent the patch directly to
> > me. [Because the websockets stuff is code I maintain.]
> Ok. I already did the pull request [1] but I have no problem with
> sending a patch.  Btw. I guess that to make a good patch I should
> try to update the documentation as well?

Yes -- and tests too.

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