- Nowhere... I haven't SVN'ed them at all...
- Considering that your repo is BSD, and Wedge isn't, as long as Wedge isn't MPL'ed (which it might be in the future, of course), re-using my changes isn't automatically approved... Not that I don't want you to re-use my changes anywhere; it's just that to me, BSD is nearly as toxic as GPL is: if someone wants to improve on the code and re-license it, they can... Ideally, maybe you should relicense it to something that can't be relicensed (to GPL or commercial), in which case I'll update the license in the Wedge version and automatically give you my changes.
I know it stinks, and I don't like the idea of doing this, but the code itself is the only thing that gives Wedge its edge. I've seen over at Elk that they're re-using my ideas here and there, which I'm fine with, but if we go commercial, I'll be quite happy we kept our code closed-license.
So, err... The official answer is: I'm not done yet with the changes :P The code is a WIP, it's awfully complicated right now. Also, some of the bugs I fixed, may very well be absent from your own code. I may have added the bugs myself... The unofficial answer is, please be patient, while Pete and I work out the various licensing issues we still have.