From: Henrik Sundberg (storangen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-23 15:38:52
2008/5/23 James Sharpe <james.sharpe_at_[hidden]>:
> So what I would propose is this:
> branches/release gets moved to branches/release1_35 and a 1.35.1 release be
> made from fixes on this - not a huge amount of work since essentially just
> patching up from trac bug reports, ensuring changes are also merge on trunk
> and release1_36 (where applicable).
> branches/release1_36 gets made from trunk asap
> Then development for 1.36 happens alongside 1.35.1. Ideally the branch for
> 1.36 would have been made after feature freeze for 1.35 occurred. The reason
> for this is that it enables trunk to become a stabilising area for features
> for the next release i.e. it implicitly becomes release1_n+1(any features
> not ready for integration should be developed on a feature branch branched
> from trunk to be later merged back to trunk).
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