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Re: 1.5 beta stability

From: Troy Bull <TBull_at_ifmc.org>
Date: 2007-09-24 14:56:39 CEST

>>> On 9/23/2007 at 6:21 PM, in message
<ff892c5d0709231621j190dfac5w5dc98131372b12b0@mail.gmail.com>, "Mark Phippard"
<markphip@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 9/23/07, Greg Irvine <greg.irvine@thalesatm.com> wrote:
>> My project is about to branch from our product branch for a new client
>> program. We will be merging critical fixes to the program branch for things
>> fixed in the product branch as well as some product evolutions the program
>> will be interested in.
>> Obviously 1.5's merge tracking will make our lives far easier.
>> So, is the current unreleased 1.5 code stable enough for us to use in a
>> production environment (with the usual disclaimer that it's still a beta and
>> risk is all mine)?
> Yes, I think it is. The one thing to be aware of is that it is
> possible the repository will change and there would not be any attempt
> to maintain compatibility with prior trunk versions. For example, the
> repository now uses a SQLite database. Someone could decide to add a
> new field or index (there has been talk of renaming the file). You
> would have to manually deal with this if it happened.

So does this mean that the repository wont be FSFS after 1.5? Will 1.5 be able to
read older repositories? (I have 1.3.2 FSFS repositories, that I was hoping to convert
when 1.5 comes out).


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