Re: Alioth list for packagaing mails
Em Ter, 2004-01-06 às 12:54, Joachim Breitner escreveu:
> So the first person do change something after a release has his name in
> the changelog entry. Now should changes by other persons before the next
> a) marked and named, to trace back and avoid false accusations
> b) not marked for better readablity and since the changelog is for the
> user (we have the CVS).
> I'd vote for b)
I'd vote for b also, that means:
"debchange -i" once per release and "debchange -a" the rest of the time.
> > For each debian revision. and
> > yes, the debian_version tag should only be made when there is a release
> > to be done.
> > In the case above (nomeata quote), there is no need to move the tag
> > debian_version_0_71-1, just create a new tag debian_version_0_71_2.
> Thats a contradiction (as far as I see it).
> The first debian release is tagged debian_version_0_71-1. Using
> cvs-update, all files are already tagged debian_version_0_71-1, so when
> we change stuff before we actually release the new version (which is
> very likely), we have to re-tag it again to debian_version_0_71-1.
Ok, maybe I wasn't clear... The proccess is exactly what you described.
I mean the new tag after the release of that version.