[development] new CVS branch/tag conventions (was Re: tagadelic 'backport' for 4.7)
dpal_gaf_devel at marsdome.com
Wed Oct 4 20:32:20 UTC 2006
Derek Wright wrote:
> keep in mind that the *file* names have nothing to do with this
> discussion. the subject says "CVS branch/tag conventions". the
> filenames will be like so:
> # official 5.x-0.1 release
> # 1st patch update release on stable DRUPAL-5 branch, from
> DRUPAL-5--0-1 tag
> # official 4.7.x-1.0 release
> # initial release off the DRUPAL-4-7--1 branch, from DRUPAL-4-7--1-0 tag
> # nightly snapshot tarball from the DRUPAL-4-7--2 branch (no release tag)
> # (assuming there's no 4.7.x-2.0 release yet) once there's a 2.0
> release, the snapshots will start being called
> "signup-4.7.x-2.1-dev.tar.gz, etc).
> make sense?
Not quite. Why is there an x in the filename and not the release tag?
Since there should always be a 1-1 mapping between a given (official)
tar ball and a given tag, there shouldn't be any difference in the way
the version numbers appear (modulo case, and in other situations, some
special character mappings).
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