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Re: Release schedule - to branch or not to branch

From: Adam Fedor
Subject: Re: Release schedule - to branch or not to branch
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2003 22:17:22 -0600

On Monday, April 7, 2003, at 06:32 PM, Alexander Malmberg wrote:

Alexander Malmberg wrote:
The frequent semi-stable releases would solve this. In addition to
normal version tag, we would have a moving LATEST_SEMISTABLE tag. You
only need to specify this once (eg. cvs update -r LATEST_SEMISTABLE),
and when you update (a plain "cvs update -Pd" will do), you will get the
latest tagged semi-stable version.

(It might be a good idea to maintain such a tag even if we don't have
actual semi-stable releases.)

I've asked around a bit, and there is a fair amount of interest in such
a tag. Thus, regardless of  what becomes of the release process (and
until), I'd like to start maintaining such a tag
("alex_latest_semistable"?). Objections? Thoughts?

Sounds fine. Make it something easy to remember.

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