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BUG Mailing List

Discussion in 'Civ4 - BTS Unaltered Gameplay (BUG, BAT and BULL)' started by alerum68, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. alerum68

    alerum68 Priest of Hiroshima

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    Mailing List no longer supported.
     
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  2. Cammagno

    Cammagno Chieftain

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  3. alerum68

    alerum68 Priest of Hiroshima

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    Nope, I didn't want to add anyone, in case they didn't feel like getting updates. You'll have to join to Cam.;)
     
  4. EmperorFool

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    @Cammagno - While the svn-commits list won't be very interesting, it will be handy for seeing when docs and XML change and need new translations. You can filter the emails on the various subfolders perhaps.

    That mailing list receives a new message every time one of us commits something to SVN. It should contain the commit message as well, so try to make them clear and concise. :)
     
  5. Cammagno

    Cammagno Chieftain

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    Yes, I used to check each evening to see if someone has updated a doc or a XML file, so now I don't have to anymore. I choose the daily difest form.
     
  6. alerum68

    alerum68 Priest of Hiroshima

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    By default it's set up to send a daily digest btw. You can edd your prefs to have it send an email each commit. The reverse is true for the new release list.
     
  7. CellKu

    CellKu Chieftain

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    That mailing list is a great idea! :goodjob: (Would be nice if others had this too.)
     

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