-Re: svn branches cleanup
Owen O'Malley 2012-08-31, 21:26
On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 6:55 PM, Vinod Kumar Vavilapalli <
[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Seems to me that stale branches have started accumulating.
I just cleaned up some obvious trash from the branches directory:
I'd also like to delete the now defunct and unreleased:
I would like to rename the following release branches:
branch-0.20-security-203 -> branch-0.20.203
branch-0.20-security-204 -> branch-0.20.204
branch-0.20-security-205 -> branch-0.20.205
I believe the following ones should also be deleted:
branch-1.0.2 (equal to the tag/release-1.0.2)
> Here's what I am thinking.
> 2.* line
> - 2.0.1-alpha is released, so branch-2.0.1-alpha should instead be called
We should rename the 2.x branches as:
branch-2.0.1-alpha -> branch-2.0
branch-2.1.0-alpha -> branch-2.1
> 0.23.* line
> - 0.23.1 was released long time back, so knock off branch-0.23.1
> - 0.23.2 seems to be dead, so knock off branch-0.23.2 too?
> - 0.23.3 is the next expected release, so I suppose all the commits are
> going into branch-0.23. Either we can
> -- create branch-0.23.3 out of branch-0.23 now itself or
> -- commit as is to branch-0.23 and create RC out of the same whenever
> that happens.
There should only be a single 0.23 branch, so we should delete