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From Mark Lundquist>
Subject Re: Can somebody explain to me the tags / POM versioning / release scheme?
Date Fri, 01 Aug 2008 04:45:55 GMT

Okay, I'm slowly getting my head around all this.  Just one thing  
left, I think.  In order to actually build the stuff, I'm going to  
need a "build root", i.e. an instance of project "cocoon-project".  I  
figured how which directories in tags/ correspond to things in the  
directory tree of this root project (e.g. core/, blocks/, parent/,  
tools/ etc.) (and I still have to work out how to check those modules  
out to a particular version in git, but I'm sure I'll be able to  
figure that out); however I don't see where cocoon-project itself is  
tagged anywhere.  So... I assume that I should branch from trunk at  
the Subversion rev. when the cocoon-6 tags (at least for the core  
stuff?) were made.  Is that right?  I want to make sure I get pom.xml  
and settings.xml (anything else?) that are correct for building Cocoon  
2.2 (or parts of it, anyway).

What about branches/, is there anything I need to be aware of there?


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