On 10/31/06, Les Mikesell <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-10-30 at 03:53, Reinhard Brandstädter wrote:
> > On Saturday 28 October 2006 18:16, Bradley Wagner wrote:
> > > Actually, Subclispe (Eclipse plugin for SVN) is designed to track some
> > > of this information, but because people generally tag from branches
> > > rather than trunk, even this tag metadata ends up in the branch copy
> > > the file.
> > I can not agree that you generally tag from branches, especially if you
> > developing software with XP model you rather tag from trunk and not
> > Both ways are possible and valid.
> Many (most?) places would branch for QA testing to permit ongoing
> but unrelated work on the trunk, then tag a release version from
> this feature-frozen and tested branch.
Most possibly, but not all. I have to agree with Bradley because we
commonly tag off trunk. The way we work is we always have a bunch of
projects on the go, and when we hit feature completion on one we hand it
over to QA with a tag on the trunk whilst we go and work on other projects.
If QA find issues that need fixing we then fix them on the trunk (having
made no other code changes since the original tag).
Obviously the 'standard' approach is to branch, but there are other
Received on Mon Oct 30 21:05:48 2006