[Cubicweb] cubicweb-bootstrap 0.1.0: can I move the tag?

Dimitri Papadopoulos Orfanos dimitri.papadopoulos at cea.fr
Wed Oct 2 18:58:38 CEST 2013


That's precisely because tags are supposed to be permanent (in general) 
that I suggest to remove this (specific) tag. As far as I can see this 
tag makes no real sense and will (permanently) provide information that 
I find misleading.

That said, the "branch first + 0.1.1 tag" solution looks fine to me as 
far as Brainomics is concerned.

Le 02/10/2013 18:49, Rémi Cardona a écrit :
> Hi Dimitri,
>
> Le 02/10/2013 18:23, Dimitri Papadopoulos Orfanos a écrit :
>> I would like to modify the tags that refer to version 0.1.0 of
>> cubicweb-bootstrap:
>>      $ hg tags
>>      tip                               36:2babf170d1a1
>>      cubicweb-bootstrap-version-0.3.0    35:878c08751af8
>>      cubicweb-bootstrap-debian-version-0.3.0    35:878c08751af8
>>      cubicweb-bootstrap-version-0.1.0    10:922251882152
>>      cubicweb-bootsrap-debian-version-0_1_0-1    10:922251882152
>>      $
>>
>> There have been no formal releases of cubicweb-bootstrap, neither as a
>> tarball, nor as a Debian package - at least not before version 0.3.0.
>>
>> I would like to move the 0.1.0 tags from changeset 10:922251882152 to
>> the latest changeset advertising version 0.1.0 and using Bootstrap 2:
>>      changeset:   22:d254a7651596
>>      user:        Aurelien Campeas <aurelien.campeas at logilab.fr>
>>      date:        Tue Oct 01 13:05:56 2013 +0200
>>      summary:     [ajax] do not "pull-right" the loaded content
>>
>> I'm interested because we are currently using this specific changeset of
>> bootstrap in Brainomics (it's the latest marked 0.1.0, with important
>> bug fixes).
>>
>> How does this sound?
>
> It sounds like a dangerous idea to me. Tags are supposed to be
> permanent. I suggest you branch off from the latest commit that you want
> and change the version number (in __pkginfo__.py) to 0.1.1.
>
> We did not plan on having a 0.1.x/stable branch since only a handful of
> (our) applications use this cube at version 0.1.0, but I guess we could
> have one.
>
> Cheers
>

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