Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper


So this morning, after I finally got the first version of the background file check in code checked in to our version control system (apparently with no further disasters), I talked to the guy in charge of our group and said, "How about I take an extra half-day on the project and turn this into a generalized background process handler for our app?"

He thought it was a good idea and so I have.

Unfortunately, someone seems to have changed something somewhere in the build, because I'm not building. So it's time to (slowly) update my local node and see where I end up.


But it'll be nice when it's all done... :)

Update: And an hour later, I'm still trying to complete the check in of all the files.

ClearCase: The World's Slowest Version Control SystemTM
Tags: musings, work

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