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From Martin Sebor <>
Subject Re: Jira issues against trunk
Date Tue, 14 Aug 2007 00:36:20 GMT
I agree. Unless someone has a better idea (hint -- it would
be nice to get feedback from others as well :) I'll go with


Andrew Black wrote:
> The only benefit I can see in using <version>-dev over trunk, is it
> would provide a view into what release the bug was discovered (and
> fixed) in.  This assistance may be offset by the extra maintenance
> hassle of creating the new name every release, and having to deal with
> people inadvertently reporting bugs as being part of a previous trunk
> version.
> My tendency is to cast a vote for using 'trunk'.
> --Andrew Black
> Martin Sebor wrote:
>> It occurs to me that our current process of assigning bugs
>> to a yet unreleased branch (e.g., 4.2) might lead to the
>> misleading impression after the branch is released that it
>> was/is full of bugs even though all the bugs may have been
>> resolved before the release went out the door. I think we
>> need a separate version entry in Jira for regressions
>> introduced during development. Any suggestions for what
>> this entry ought to be? Would labeling them simply "trunk"
>> work or is there any benefit in being more specific (e.g.,
>> <version>-dev)?
>> Martin

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