5.1 Release Criteria

Jeremy Utley jeremy at jutley.org
Tue May 4 14:44:25 PDT 2004


Nathan Coulson wrote:

>>On Tue, 4 May 2004 14:11:49 -0600 (MDT)
>>"Nathan Coulson" <conathan at conet.dyndns.org> wrote:
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>>>>On Tue, 4 May 2004 14:04:01 -0600 (MDT)
>>>>"Nathan Coulson" <conathan at conet.dyndns.org> wrote:
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>>>>>2.0.5 is 2.0.4 with the heimdal script in it (AKA, no changes when
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>>>>it> comes to LFS).  It should be added for BLFS's sake.
>>>>
>>>>Ack, why are BLFS scripts in a LFS-Bootscript tarball?  Sorry if I
>>>>missed the previous discussion on this, but doesn't it just create
>>>>an unnecessary dependency between the two projects?
>>>>
>>>>Cheers,
>>>>
>>>>Matt.
>>>>--
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>>>Tushar requested it. more or less we have a seperate install target,
>>>such as make install-sshd to install the sshd scripts.
>>>
>>>it's been that way for a couple months now.  [since 2.0.2 or .3 I dont
>>>recall].
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>>>
>>Fair enough.  In the future when we call a package freeze then this will
>>apply to the bootscripts package as well, but for now you're free to
>>update it on 2 conditions a) It doesn't touch any of the LFS scripts and
>>b) The BLFS guys OK the changes to their scripts.  I hope you can
>>understand the need for some kind of configuration management and change
>>control here.  Let me know as soon as you're done so I can update the
>>book a.s.a.p.  If this is to work out I think the BLFS & LFS guys need
>>to declare a package freeze at the same time, in case any of their
>>packages need new/updated scripts as is the case now AFAIUI.
>>
>>Cheers,
>>
>>Matt.
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>It has bugged me a bit about releasing new versions of the bootscripts
>because of changes to the blfs side of the bootscripts,
>
>perhaps I should split them apart in the future.  [but I rather wait until
>5.1 is released before someone makes a decision, if that is ok].
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>
This may not be a bad idea for 6.0 - LFS-Bootscripts and 
BLFS-Bootscripts - lets take this to BLFS-Dev and ask how they would 
feel about that?

-J-




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