[V3dot10] And to 3.10
keith_hodges at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Jan 22 10:39:32 UTC 2007
Milan Zimmermann wrote:
> On 2007 January 21 12:49, Keith Hodges wrote:
> Keith, this is a great list with priorities. What is the suggested process of
> a fix making it from the first list (From39To391MantisFixes) to the other
> (From39To391MantisFixes-stable) - what action is required? I speculate that a
oops I meant
The process is, that you put code that is needed to harvest the bug into
the unstable page, until you are sure it actually works. This is because
you dont want to break everyone elses stuff.
When tested and you are happy with it, you move it to the other one (the
stable) branch. You should only move 'stable' stuff to the stable branch.
In other words, -unstable is a working area, and stable is the
publishing results area. You can have as many working areas as you wish.
does that help explain things
> harvester (ideally a corresponding team member) will validate the fix and
> move it to the "stable" list? I cannot connect to Impara, but in general, it
> seems that would be a duplication of what Mantis should do: Move an item
> through a lifecycle such that "Open->Reviewed->Approved->Applied->Closed"
> (completely speculating on those lifecycle statuses).
>> There are other places that mantis fixes are used in this process, but
>> those are the main ones.
>> This captures the information as to what fixes are ready and desired,
>> and gives us a common platform for testing those fixes a.s.a.p. The
>> scripts that are generated from these pages can also be reused in
>> whatever future form 3.10 may take.
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