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From sebb <>
Subject Re: Question on release process - making release public by svn move
Date Fri, 02 Mar 2012 18:58:36 GMT
On 14 February 2012 11:26, sebb <> wrote:
> On 10 February 2012 01:25, sebb <> wrote:
>> I'm looking into updating the JMeter release instructions to use the
>> repo.
> Potentially also add the information to the releases FAQ [2] for
> everyone to use.
> Ping: can no-one offer help here?

I also asked on users@subversion, and did not get any further there.

The only suggestion I got was to use svnmucc to allow multiple file
renames within a single commit.

Is that what httpd is using?

If so, do you have a script to create the command line?

> AFAICT the project has been using svnpubsub for releases for some
> while now, and judging by the SVN logs have got a process that works
> well.

Are there no RMs here who can provide details on how the httpd process works?

> Hopefully JMeter and other projects can benefit from the httpd experience.
> [2]
>> AIUI you use dev/httpd/ for vote staging, and then rename the files to
>> release/httpd/
>> The documentation [1] says:
>> *How do we make it public?*
>> ...
>> The release tarballs and signatures can be svn mv'ed from the
>> repository across to the
>> repository.
>> <<
>> I've tried using svn mv directly on a test repo (i.e. not using a
>> workspace), and it does not seem to be possible to move multiple files
>> at once.
>> Can I ask for a bit more detail on how you actually do the move?
>> I want to ensure that we preserve the history to show that the
>> release/ files are derived from the dev/ files; this ties them back to
>> the vote thread.
>> Thanks!
>> [1]

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