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Andreas Jung wrote:
> --On 14. Juli 2006 16:01:22 -0400 Tres Seaver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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>> Andreas Jung wrote:
>>> If there are no objections, I plan to release Zope 2.9.4 in about one
>>> week (likely next Thu or Fri).
>> Even sooner would be fine with me. I plan to release a 2.8.8 this
>> weekend with the changes for the ReST fix (I already released a 2.7.9).
> Should not be a problem for me..perhaps Monday...
>> Note that the 2.9 branch depends at the moment on unreleased ZODB
>> changes (for a fix to issue #2016) and that there is a sizable set of
>> changes on the 3.2 branch after 3.2.1, at least some of which might be
>> important for Zope2.
> I think we should make another internal ZODB release. The current
> svn:externals for the ZODB (and other modules) use a revision number
> instead of a tag. This reminds me of some former discussion whether to
> use revision numbers or tags...what was the result of this discussion. I
> am very much in favor of using tag names...revision number tell you
> nothing...provide at least a reasonable version information...opinions?
+1. I tagged 'ZODB-3.4.4' and 'Zope-3.0.2-Zope-2.8' "releases"
yesterday for internal consumption of the Zope 2.8 branch. I don't
expect to make actual releases from those tags, but I like having them
As we move to a more fine-grained package architecture (i.e., egg-based
Zope "districbutions"), we are going to have to do more "releases
management" of the individual pieces which make up Zope. Keeping the
changelog current will be a bit of a chore, but is essential in a
packageing-driven maodel (just as with RPM / .deb packaging).
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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