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From Murali Reddy <>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] BVT for CloudStack checkins
Date Thu, 07 Mar 2013 05:27:22 GMT
Also with out staging, features developed by non-commiters else where,
even with good code review in place there is always possibility of
regression after feature merge into master.

On 07/03/13 10:41 AM, "Murali Reddy" <> wrote:

>On 06/03/13 11:52 PM, "Kelven Yang" <> wrote:
>>First +1 on BVT. 
>>Second, should we consider the idea of having a staging area for people
>>check-in? Which is that making master always the stable(reasonable)
>>for main development, but whenever people make check-ins, it goes into
>>staging first, 
>+1 for having staging-branch. Unless we are able to run, Bvt's on the
>feature branch, there is no confidence that merge of feature branch to
>master won't break master. IMO, its not un-common to have a master branch
>which is kept stable with regular builds and BVT test passes, then have a
>development branch where the features land up first go through the BVT
>then pushed to master. On regular basic there can be 'reverse integration'
>(dev branch to master) and 'forward integrations' (master to dev)
>>and we have maintainers(could be automatic) to run whatever
>>test framework we have and only perform automatic merge to master from
>>staging area after a successful test-run?

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