Amber branch plan
ajax at redhat.com
Tue Feb 22 17:26:39 UTC 2022
At the moment 21.3.8 is the last planned Mesa 21.3.Z. So I kind of
imagine 21.3.9 being the first "amber-only" release where we flip the
meson option for amber to true by default, and we'd keep that branch
going for as long as people want to keep it compiling and fixing bugs
On Fri, Feb 18, 2022 at 6:35 AM Timo Aaltonen <tjaalton at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Dylan Baker kirjoitti 7.12.2021 klo 1.51:
> > Since classic is gone, I thought I'd lay out my thinking for Amber.
> > I'm assuming that we'll branch Amber from the 21.3 branch, after that
> > reaches normal EOL. That gives us the benefit of developing on top of a
> > known good state for classic drivers, and should minimize friction for
> > distros dealing with classic. If anyone wants to backport changes from
> > main to amber they can obviously do so.
> > Are there any objections to that plan?
> > Dylan
> Is there going to be a separate tarball release of Amber?
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