Stewart Smith a écrit, On 08/06/2012 03:34:
> The last BZR tag I see for 5.6 is 5.6.5, although there are 5.6.6
> releases out there (see labs.mysql.com).
I hope I understood well your question.
labs.mysql.com is, as it says "MySQL Server Snapshots". They are "early
access" builds to show some new feature.
We haven't released the 5.6.6 milestone yet (dev.mysql.com has 5.6.5),
so we can't put a 5.6.6 tag on any revision yet. You remember: the x.y.z
tag denotes what revision was used to produce the *released official
milestone* x.y.z. Until the last bugfix scheduled for 5.6.6 is pushed,
we don't start building the 5.6.6 official release milestone, so we
can't put a 5.6.6 tag.
> Is it planned to keep BZR trees up to date
> Is this just oversight
> similar breakage that was for the most recent 5.5 release?
right for 5.5 we had forgotten, but for 5.6 everything is as expected.
> Are we going to see a MySQL Cluster 7.3 tree too?
Eh, cluster is not my part, can't tell you.