On Tue, 2009-10-20 at 14:35 +0200, Patrick Ohly wrote:
With SyncEvolution 0.9.1 beta 2 released and Synthesis having turned
their "unilib" into their official "master" branch it is time to
switch gears and focus on the upcoming 1.0 release.
I have made the following changes to our git repos on moblin.org
* libsynthesis: "syncevolution-0-9-x" is the branch used for the
0.9.1 release. "master" is now tracking the Synthesis
* syncevolution: I have created the same "syncevolution-0-9-x"
branch. Before I can replace the "master" branch with
I need to get translate.moblin.org
changed so that it commits
This has been changed. translate.moblin.org
is also ready to accept
SyncEvolution translations for Moblin >2.1; they are pushed into the
I merged "master" (=
"syncevolution-0-9-x") into "dbus-api", and the plan is to
towards that branch without further disruptive rebasing.
Done. I merged dbus-api and master branch, making the result the current
"master". So if you want to work on SyncEvolution 1.x, please use the
"master" branches of libsynthesis and syncevolution. For maintaining
SyncEvolution 0.9.1 (like for example, releasing it...), use the
This change was done via git merge and fast-forwards, so it shouldn't
disrupt anyone's work. Just make sure that you now follow master instead
Normally the policy is to not add "TODO" remarks to "master" without
adding corresponding Bugzilla entries. This rule is relaxed a bit now,
because many of TODOs which just entered "master" from the "dbus-api"
have already been addressed with code which just needs to be merged.
The following command checks which TODOs are still open compared to
0.9.1: git diff syncevolution-0-9-x..master | grep '^\+.*TODO'
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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