From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-10 16:33:03
Rene Rivera wrote:
>> Is this a drawback in all proposals so far?
> I don't think Beman's proposal relies on any particular svn features.
The essence of Beman's proposal is:
a) maintain a releasable (stable) version.
b) do developement on branches - one branch per development project.
c) Test against the releasable version.
d) Once a development project has been successfully tested against the the
i) merge the development project into the releaseable version.
ii) retest the whole releaseable version
iii) automatically regenerate a deliverable package
This is totally orthogonal to proposals to making independent
library versions, changing the source control system, etc.
We should try to change one thing at a time. I would suggest
do the following in sequence and embarking on one thing only
after the previous one has been digested.
a) move to SVN - which seems already underway.
b) implement to Beman's test/release proposal
c) consider changes required to support independent library
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