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From Timothy Larson <timlarsonw...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: on better release and version management
Date Fri, 19 Sep 2003 12:55:29 GMT
I like it.  We can have unhindered progress, without the duplication of
blocks being all-or-nothing.

--Tim Larson

--- Sylvain Wallez <sylvain.wallez@anyware-tech.com> wrote:
> So what about the following (somewhat already expressed, BTW) :
> - start a 2.2 repo with only the Cocoon core (i.e. src/java)
> - copy blocks in the 2.2 repo only if they require substantial changes 
> that would break the ability to quickly do a 2.1.x release.
> - have an intelligent 2.2 build that gets missing blocks from the 2.1 
> (IIRC Carsten talked about it)
> - backport to the 2.1 non disruptive enhancements/bug fixes appearing in 
> the 2.2 repo
> 
> About blocks, we can envision that some block evolutions can happen into 
> the 2.2 repo and, if back-compatible, be fully copied back to the 2.1. 
> In that case, the block would be removed from the 2.2 repo, until a new 
> evolution cycle comes again on that block.


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