Udev in b6_0: to be or not to be

Jeroen Coumans jeroen at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Jun 1 15:15:44 PDT 2004


Matthew Burgess said the following on 02-06-2004 00:01:
> 
> What happens (or is intended to happen) is that work goes on in unstable
> until a particular feature is at a relatively stable point (e.g. a new
> toolchain combination). That is then tagged in CVS, ready for the
> "testing" branch maintainers to pull down as and when they deem
> suitable.  Meanwhile HEAD development is still continues on, knowing
> full well that it is not affecting "testing"'s ability to pull down the
> last-known-good state. Obviously, working on more than one major change
> at a time is likely to decrease the chances of reaching a suitable
> stability point, hence the assumption here that, by and large, HEAD will
> concentrate on one feature at a time.

Ok, you might want to change your cvs-structure document to reflect 
this, so it won't cause anymore confusion in the future.

Also, Subversion, with its atomic commits and global revision numbers 
for repositories, should solve the "one feature at a time" restriction. 
How's testing going, btw?

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