--On 26. März 2007 16:49:30 -0400 Tres Seaver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Marc Balmer wrote:Andreas Jung wrote:I uploaded corrected versions of the Zope 2.9.7 and 2.10.3 tar-balls. The tar-balls released yesterday contained a bug that caused a startup failure when using "zopectl start".don't do this again.Don't do what? I was about to agree, as I don't think re-releasing under the same version number was correct: the new releases should be 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, or something similary (or bump to 2.9.8, 2.10.4).
Creating a new release takes me about 45 minutes for each release..time I don't have this week before my vacation. So my decision should be acceptable
for the Zope world - perhaps not for the packagers...anyway things happen...
this bug is so obvious to catch that I have some serious doubts about your software testing process. are you releasing totally untested code? can we trust your releases in the future, will you change sth in your process?The testing that gets done is not done from "released" tarballs, but from subversion checkouts. This was a bug in the process that created the tarball from a checkout, and not in the underlying Zope software itself. I *think* it also affected only those who build and install Zope as root, although I can't tell for sure, since the tarballs have been replaced. At any rate, I *never* build, install, or run Zope as root, and hence would never have noticed the problem, even if I were doing the releases myself.
I usually test the tar-balls but only using "zopectl fg" which did not show any errors for the three releases. Andreas
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