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From "Stephen Duncan" <stephen.dun...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: New 0.3.0 candidate zips
Date Sat, 08 Sep 2007 16:11:02 GMT
Release candidates would go into the release repository.  But I think
generally people should be able to get by just installing from source
themselves, if they need to test a release candidate...

-Stephen

On 9/8/07, Brian Moseley <bcm@osafoundation.org> wrote:
>
> On 9/8/07, Stephen Duncan <stephen.duncan@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey now, that's a problem...  0.3.0 hasn't been released, but now
> anybody
> > using that repo might download a 0.3.0 pre-release as if it's the final
> > release; and if they don't explicitly delete it from their local
> repository,
> > and if we were to deploy new 0.3.0 jars over-the-top of the ones you
> > deployed (which is normally never allowed for the real central
> repository),
> > they wouldn't get the new jars.  Please stick to deploying either
> SNAPSHOTs
> > to the snapshot repository, or, if trunk & the 0.3.0 branch aren't the
> same
> > anymore, then just stick to installing into your local repository.
> >
> > I guess typically this would be solved by updating the version number so
> > that what would have been 0.3.0 final will be something like 0.3.0-1 or
> > something like that... I imagine that's an unattractive option to those
> > focused on the Ant build... Any ideas on how to decide if there are any
> > user's who are going to be bitten by this, and if so, how to solve it?
>
> you're right. the ant folks can afford to be sloppier about version
> numbering. the dual build process thing is such a headache. that and
> my noobness with deployment...
>
> in the future, once we make a release branch, we can use the 0.x.y-rcz
> convention. in fact, i could do that now, redeploy the jars with those
> names, and remove the erroneous ones. although, is it still correct
> according to maven policies to put those jars into the snapshot
> repository, or should they go into the release repository?
>



-- 
Stephen Duncan Jr
www.stephenduncanjr.com

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