Thu Apr 25 22:50:43 CEST 2013
Ah, I see.
That was on the old master branch.
That branch was used for development for a while but became stale and
was basically dead for a long while.
We changed the branching model in August 2012 and merged the old stable
branch into master, thereby overwriting the dead master branch.
So that's where it went :-)
Also, this code was from Saverio, and from what I understood from him in
Denmark last week during BattleMesh he also considers that code dead.
But if you're interested you can always resurrect the code.
Just checkout master-stable-switch^ and put the code into the current
master, clean it up, and appoint yourself as maintainer of that code :-)
On 25/04/13 22:30, Steve Witt wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Apr 2013, Ferry Huberts wrote:
>> commit SHAs ?
>> On 25/04/13 22:13, Steve Witt wrote:
>>> I ran across some information about the OBAMP multicast routing protocol
>>> that was added as a plugin to olsrd in 2009 as a Google Summer of Code
>>> project. I was looking through the olsrd git repo and noticed that the
>>> obamp source directory was present on a branch for a couple of years
>>> from 2009 to 2011 or so and then it seems that it just disappears after
>>> a merge of that branch in 2011. I didn't see any comments as part of a
>>> commit when it was removed or any discussion on this mailing list about
>>> the reason that it was deleted. I was wondering if anyone might remember
>>> why it was dropped or anything else concerning this.
>> Ferry Huberts
> The code was added with the commit:
> The last commit in which it seems to be in the source tree is:
> Right after efc6a34 this branch was merged back into the master, I
> believe, and after that the 'lib/obamp' directory isn't present.
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