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Month: February 2014

Re: [trinity-devel] R14 RC1 ready?

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2014 21:58:46 +0100
On Friday 31 of January 2014 08:43:34 Michele Calgaro wrote:
> Well, that was the idea basically. In more detail:
> 1) once we think we are ready, we tag RC1.
> 2) work can continue as usual on the main trunk, but new changes will not
> make it to R14.0.0
> 3) any patch that is related to R14.0.0 (blocker, critical bugs) will have
> to be backported to the RC1 branch.
> 4) once we are ready, RC1 will turn into RC2 and eventually RC3
> 5) once we are happy, we tag R14.0.0, then build and release (which is
> probably going to take one and half months anyway)

Yes, exactly this way I also intended.

However, there's a technical hitch. Nightly-builds are designed to "always" 
built from "master" branch. This means that for the "stable" builds I'll need 
now create a new PPA - as was the 'axis' for v3.5.13-sru branch. For release 
the final R14.0.0 packages would then be used packages from my PPA, not 
packages from nightly-builds.

Because armel and armhf now building very fast, building 'stable' packages is 
not a fundamental problem. Unfortunately I do not know if is now on the 
build-farm enough space to be able to create a new 'stable' PPA in my 

Tim, please, what do you think about this?