2012/2/23 Davi Arnaut <davi@stripped>:
> You are most likely looking at the wrong tree/branch.
Oh, thanks. I've just branched the trees afresh from launchpad. I
guess they moved something around.
> On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 6:49 AM, Vladimir Shebordaev
> <vladimir.shebordaev@stripped> wrote:
>> I just have to confirm that both current 5.1 and 5.5 GA releases
>> (5.1.61 and 5.5.20 respectively) are still missing from bzr main
>> trees: the former is at revno 3606 and version 5.1.60 as per
>> configure.in, and the latter is at revno 3528 and version 5.5.17 as
>> per VERSION file contents. Is MySQL still open source? ;)
>> 2012/1/14 Stewart Smith <stewart@stripped>:
>>> On Fri, 13 Jan 2012 10:14:48 +0100, tomas ulin <tomas.ulin@stripped>
>>>> Stewart, All, you should not expect the main trees to be updated more
>>>> often than in conjunction with a regular release. There are
>>>> reasons for this. Among other things, there is rigorous
>>>> testing before things are published in the main trees. Another
>>>> is handling of security related bugs which also causes delay in the
>>>> update of the public trees.
>>> Thanks for clarifying this. It's great to hear that there's a good
>>> amount of QA going on before release.
>>>> So if there is no update of the launchpad trees when we release, that
>>>> calls for a reminder. Otherwise, please be patient and wait for
>>>> next release before expecting an update of the launchpad releases.
>>> The only thing that prompted me looking this time was that I couldn't
>>> find the release tag for 5.1.61 and it's the bzr tree that corresponds
>>> with the release that interests me.
>>> If the trees are updated when there's a new release and can just bzr
>>> branch the release tags, then I'm awesomely happy.
>>> The clarification is most welcome and thanks for making each successive
>>> release better than the last and of high quality.
>>> Stewart Smith
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