[Openstack] Stable and Development Trunks
Ahmed El Gamil
ahmed at manhag.org
Thu Feb 10 17:48:35 UTC 2011
I think you might wanna check this:
Worth mentioning that the "release" PPA is actually called "release" not
"stable" as mentioned in the above mail.
I hope this helps.
On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 7:26 PM, Jason Cannavale <jason at cannavale.com>wrote:
> I'm not sure if this has been discussed before at any length, but I would
> like to discuss if it makes sense to have source code in the stable trunk
> and installable packages built and provided from the rapidly changing
> development trunk.
> For some background we've been working through some proof of concept
> deployments. Because the packages are coming from the development trunk we
> have been bitten repeatedly by having packages updated following code merges
> throughout the day. This has resulted in services such as networking no
> longer functioning. It seems to me, at least, that it would make sense to
> have a set of known working packages, packaged at each release point, in the
> stable trunk and having the source to build from in the development trunk.
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