Daniel van Vugt
daniel.van.vugt at canonical.com
Thu Dec 12 08:24:26 UTC 2013
Oh, I see where the confusion is.
No, Mir is not on daily releases because it affects too many other
projects and we need to manually coordinate ABI/API changes for each
release. Mir is on weekly-ish releases, all of which have proper version
numbers. Hence, only one tarball :)
On 12/12/13 16:20, Michał Sawicz wrote:
> On 12.12.2013 02:19, Daniel van Vugt wrote:
>> "0.1.2" is the upstream version number, and there is only one tarball;
>> I'm not sure where the suggestion of multiple upstream tarballs comes
> Do you bump the upstream version number between packages into going into
> Ubuntu? As in - is there really only one code tree per-upstream-version?
> It's not the case for most other projects under daily release, at least
> - we only bump the version numbers when needed for dependency reasons
> (or well, when it makes sense). Difference is we're not doing dev branch
> vs. trunk, all code goes into trunk, and it's the release team that
> ultimately decides when to release. Sure, we could bump after each
> release, but that's what the automagic release does for us, effectively.
> It's a kind-of-rolling-release scenario for us.
>> For iterations between upstream releases, we have the -NubuntuM suffix.
>> That's what it's for (!?).
> Downstream releases, no? You can't change the upstream code between
> differently-suffixed packages (other than putting patches in debian/,
> that is).
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