cloudstack-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Abhinandan Prateek <>
Subject Re: git commit: updated refs/heads/4.2 to 2b34dc5
Date Tue, 17 Dec 2013 13:49:18 GMT
+1 to creation of a branch on cutting first RC, this will require update
to the release procedure doc that I followed.
This can save some trouble. Also we can have the build_asf do a git push,
of the versioning commits generated by it, automatically if it is not a
dry run. The problem is that while you are verifying the build and someone
pushes some code your commit ids will change on a rebase.

As for the revert the change was erroneous and had to be reverted.
Though I am not very sure on why xapi versioning should include
³-SNAPSHOT², my guess is it is because we we make changes to standard xapi.
Hopefully this will go away in future xapi releases.


On 17/12/13 5:05 pm, "Daan Hoogland" <> wrote:

>is it neccessary to work with a revert? How about creating a
>(mini-)branch next time? This would obsolete my request for a tag on
>the RC as it is in fact. UIt will also make it easier to implement
>fixes that have to do with release instead of functionality.
>On Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 10:42 AM, Abhinandan Prateek
><> wrote:
>> On 14/12/13 11:49 pm, "Chip Childers" <> wrote:
>>>On Friday, December 13, 2013, Abhinandan Prateek wrote:
>>>> On 13/12/13 9:20 pm, "Chip Childers"
>>>> wrote:
>>>> >>
>>>> >> >  <artifactId>xapi</artifactId>
>>>> >> >  <version>5.6.100-1-SNAPSHOT</version>
>>>> >>
>>>> >> The specific project version ^^
>>>> >>
>>>> >> For all previous releases, we have been releasing this specific
>>>> >> file with the appropriate *non SNAPSHOT* versions for both the
>>>> >> version number and the XenServerJava project's version number
>>>> >> (specifically setting the latter to 5.6.100-1).
>>>> >>
>>>> >> Since we are releasing the XenServerJava code as part of ACS, why
>>>> >> we leave the SNAPSHOT in there?
>>>> >>
>>>> >> Did something change that requires it to be added back?
>>>> >>
>>>> >> -chip
>>>> >
>>>> >I'll also point out that the reason that this is doing a mv then the
>>>> >perl string changes is that there used to be a bug in the mvn
>>>> >plugin that changed the XenServerJava version to the ACS version.
>>>> >appears to have been fixed (just tested).  So actually, the mv can be
>>>> >removed or not, it doesn't really matter because it's basically a
>>>> >
>>>> >However -1 still stands unless someone convinces me that we should
>>>> >release the XenServerJava project with -SNAPSHOT.  IIRC, that
>>>> >caused problems for us somehow (but I can't find a reference to that
>>>> >back up my sometimes fuzzy memory).
>>>> >
>>>> I was pointed to this ticket CLOUDSTACK-4827. The info is not very
>>>> and it appears that this fixes probably a bad version for the repo,
>>>> not for the build.
>>>> -abhi
>> The commit is reverted. Will be re-spinning the 4.2.1 now.

View raw message