On Tue, 2004-10-12 at 22:05, bulia byak wrote:
> > It was in 0.39. Fixed now.
> Has that fix been copied to the 0.39 branch? Should it be?
Do we really have it as a branch? I think we don't yet have any
"stable branch" worth backporting to. We're moving ahead too fast :)
Yes, creating a branch is part of our release process; in this case the
branch name is RELEASE_0_39_BRANCH.
> I don't see this fix mentioned in the changelog.
> looks relevant, but configure.in's CVS log suggests 0.39 was released in
see selection-chemistry.cpp revision 1.85; later it was refixed more
If someone would like to backport some fixes and things for a potential
0.39.1 release, they'd basically just need to check out the
RELEASE_0_39_BRANCH, then commit the fixes normally on that branch.
Commits from that working copy will follow the "front" of that branch
just as they do the HEAD branch.
Once we'd agreed an interim release was ready, it's just a matter of
doing the release process again -- update files with the right version,
and tag the revisions as RELEASE_0_39_1 (that's just a plain tag; we
shouldn't re-create the _BRANCH).