On 7/8/2011 1:01 PM, Ana Johnson wrote:
> I don't see a simple way to
> check out a copy of the code that would correspond to version 3.0.9.
$ svn up -r2442
Look at the ChangeLog. Each version header includes the corresponding
svn revision numbers.
I could use tags, but I have rarely found a compelling reason to do that
with MySQL++. Revision numbers in the ChangeLog work fine.
> I assume the last patch checked
> in corresponds to 3.1.1?
Well, to HEAD. (r2693 as of this writing.)
I implied that there would only ever be one more checkin before 3.1.1,
the fix for the ABI regression, but even if you provide a fix for this
very quickly, there'd have to be a few more checkins before final
release. If for nothing else, to check in bumped version numbers,
ChangeLog entries, last-minute README updates, etc.
v3.1.1 could easily be r270x or higher. It depends on how many tweaks
and bug fixes I sneak in at the last minute.