[QBS] [Development] [HEADS UP] new branching scheme: 5.3 branches created, stable deprecated
denis.shienkov at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 10:04:39 CEST 2014
> If we have a 5.x.y branch available (because we’re in the process of
preparing a release), and you have a fix for a showstopper for that
release, push to the 5.x.y branch.
So, the "5.x.y" it is equivalent to "release" branch, and "5.x" (5.3) it is
equivalent to "stable" branch ?
2014-06-06 10:37 GMT+04:00 Knoll Lars <Lars.Knoll at digia.com>:
> On 06/06/14 08:20, "Thiago Macieira" <thiago.macieira at intel.com> wrote:
> >Em sex 06 jun 2014, às 14:00:19, Yuchen Deng escreveu:
> >> I'd say, the 'dev' even does not be a complete words. so run a poll
> >> be fair.
> >Let's run at QtCS next week. I don't think we'll ever get a better
> >sampling of
> >people involved in Qt development.
> >Someone who feels strongly about the renaming should conduct a quick show
> >hands during the plenary session.
> I don’t see why we’d need to rename dev. Nothing has changed for that
> branch. It has exactly the same meaning as before, and the same workflow.
> We have changed the other ones because we have a different scheme how we
> create these branches and merge between them.
> And for those confused where to push their changes:
> * If you were before pushing to dev, continue to do so.
> * If you were pushing to stable, push to 5.3 (Later on, you might have a
> choice of pushing to 5.3 or 5.4 depending on whether it’s critical enough
> to do another release of 5.3 as well once we have 5.4 out).
> * If we have a 5.x.y branch available (because we’re in the process of
> preparing a release), and you have a fix for a showstopper for that
> release, push to the 5.x.y branch.
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