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From Peter Lin <wool...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Notes on making a JMeter release
Date Wed, 06 Oct 2004 14:13:09 GMT
If there's any critical bugs, I can take a look and fix those.

I'll take a look now and see if there's any non-critical worth fixing

peter


On Wed, 6 Oct 2004 15:10:29 +0100, sebb <sebbaz@gmail.com> wrote:
> Here are some notes on what I think needs to be done for a JMeter release.
> Comments welcome, then I'll put it on the Wiki.
> 
> * Fix outstanding bugs as far as possible
> ** Perhaps mark unfixed ones as LATER?
> * Update changes.html (this can be a lot of work!)
> * Update JMeterVersion.java in CVS (so that the tagged module has the
> correct version)
> * Tag all CVS modules with the release tag
> * Fetch all the tagged modules into an empty directory
> * Build everything (e.g. ant distribution -Djmeter.version=2.0.2)
> * Check that the test was OK
> * Output from the task will be in dist/ and site/
> * Create detached PGP/GPG signatures (details TBA)
> 
> Need some sort of agreement from committers that the release is OK to make.
> Perhaps put archives in semi-private work area to allow  committers to check
> the release?
> 
> * Copy the dest/ files to the appropriate dist/ directory
> * unpack the site/ files into the jmeter web area - perhaps to jmeter-tmp, and
> then swap the top-level directory names when OK?
> 
> * announce new release on JMeter mailing lists
> * get download pages updated with the new release details
> ** (how is this done? easy enough to create a patch for the page, but
> who can apply it?)
> 
> Once off stuff
> ==========
> * Create PGP/GPG signing key if necessary, and export public key
> * Add PGP/GPG keys to KEYS file - where is this kept? - and to a pgp server.
> 
> I think it would be useful to put the KEYS file in CVS once the merge
> has finished.
> 
> Sebastian
> 
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