1.4 Release Schedule and plans for 1.5.
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Wed Dec 21 11:05:43 PST 2005
:> It is highly unlikely
:> that the build will survive an update of the installer package.
:It is highly unlikely that a build will be affected by an update of the
:packages at all, as long as the update was tested before and matches the
:OS version. That's why it is not useful to build them on use -- it might
:just at the moment be broken. The packages are known to have passed that
This is a problem. If we have roll a release then bulids of that
release should produce the same result. If the packages the release
uses are 'upgraded' then after a while the build of that release will
almost certainly stop working simply by becoming too out of date.
If a security update is required, we update the release branch to reflect
the update. Trying to make it automatic based on third party issues will
likely result in a the build not working any more rather then being the
brainless update that we'd like it to be.
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