benedikt.meurer at unix-ag.uni-siegen.de
Fri Feb 18 14:11:18 CET 2005
Juha Kautto wrote:
> We are planning a major upgrade to xfcalendar. The idea is to drop dbh
> and use ical instead. It means that CVS version of xfcalendar will be
> rather unstable for a while and new features will come and go fast. But
> since we also fixed all 4.2 bugs and added some minor features into the
> current 4.2, I would like to freeze the current cvs version for 4.2.1
> release, which I suppose should happen fairly soon ?
> So is it possible to maintain two branches now in cvs ? How ?
> Like stable(=4.2.x bug fixes and minor featurtes)
> and HEAD(= new things).
Thats already the case. We have basicly two branches, HEAD and xfce_4_2.
HEAD is the development branch, where you can break things, and which
will result in 4.4.0. xfce_4_2 is the stable branch which gets only
bugfixes, and from which maintaince releases for 4.2 will be made.
So, go ahead and break HEAD. ;-)
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