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Re: Branches or not

From: Sierk Bornemann <sierkb@gmx.de>
Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2006 15:09:15 +0100
To: olivier Thereaux <ot@w3.org>
Cc: QA Dev <public-qa-dev@w3.org>
Message-ID: <E1GkN73-0002nt-Dj@aji.w3.org>

At 14:37 15.11.2006, you wrote:

>For instance
>has the last file in the 0.7 branch properly tagged validator-0_7_4- 
>release, and the file in HEAD (so outside of the 0.7 branch) modified
>later, is not tagged anything else than HEAD. I trust this is the
>case of all files modified after the packages were made, online
>instances updated and announcement sent.
>Maybe you were a bit early in cvs-get'ing the tagged files?

I have taken a CVS snapshot this early morning/night from 
validator-0_7-branch, just right after the last CVS messages reached me 
by mail, you said per mail, that all is done and the website was 
updated. So, I thought, no more files will be changed concerning 0.7.4.
As I watched my mail this morning, 2 CVS mails reached me documenting 
changes to validator-0_7_4-release.
So I did update my 3 validator checkouts: validator (HEAD), 
validator-0_7-branch and validator-0_7_4-release.
As far as I remember, while I was checking out this noon, I watched the 
following: validator-0_7-branch didn't change, validator-0_7_4-release 
changed, validator (HEAD) changed.

Because validator-0_7-branch, which I have taken for packaging this 
early morning/night didn't change, I have come to the conclusion, that 
sticking to the branch will be the best, because -release and HEAD 
could be merged hours later and the branch is the first of all, which 
is up-to-date.


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