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Release procedure question

From: <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2003-07-22 21:30:42 CEST

In releases.txt:

   1. Tweak trunk/CHANGES to contain all the latest changes. Commit.
   2. Bump the version numbers in svn_version.h and CHANGES. Commit.
   3. Create the release branch for building the release

Is there a reason why one would commit the CHANGES and svn_version.h
changes _before_ creating the release branch? This seems
counter-intuitive. I would expect to create the branch, then make
changes, then merge them back to /trunk at some point.

Or, does it not matter, since it's effectively the same thing ?


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