crash in dbus-launch
hp at redhat.com
Mon Nov 13 12:32:18 PST 2006
John (J5) Palmieri wrote:
> No it is not. The patch applies cleanly to 1.0.0. This should be
> committed to HEAD and a branch created for 1.0.1 and applied there.
> What is the procedure for branching point releases? Do we branch on
> 1.0.0 and tag 1.0.1 when we do a release or do we just make a 1.0.1
> branch and then freeze it when we make a release?
README talks about it a bit. There should be two branches, 1.0.x and
HEAD. The 1.0.x branch should have a tag for all 1.0.x releases after
the branchpoint. Prior to the branchpoint, there can be tags for either
1.0.x or 1.1.x as long as the two were the same codebase. The
branchpoint itself should be tagged, since that allows computing the
diff since the branch.
IOW just like all the gtk/gnome modules.
As soon as you branch lots of stuff will have to be committed twice
though, so we might want to do a 1.0.1, 1.0.2 first, if none of the
destabilizing changes urgently need to go in.
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