[cfe-dev] [LLVMdev] 3.6.2 Release schedule + Using Phab for stable patches
tom at stellard.net
Mon Jun 8 08:41:27 PDT 2015
Just a reminder there is only one week left to nominate patches for the
3.6.2 release. If you want to nominate a patch, the preferred method
is to upload the patch to reviews.llvm.org, put the ToT revsion number
in the 'Title' field, select 3.6-release as the project, and then
add me and the code owner as reviewers.
If you don't want to use phabricator, you can still send an email with the
proposed patch / ToT revision to the appropriate mailing list with
the code owner and myself cc'd
On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 08:00:47AM -0700, Tom Stellard wrote:
> On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 07:44:48AM -0700, Tom Stellard wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Here is the schedule for the 3.6.2 release:
> > June 15: Deadline to propose patches for the 3.6 branch
> > June 15 - June 21: Grace period for reviewing proposed patches and resolving
> > other issues.
> > June 22: 3.6.2 -rc1
> > June 29: 3.6.2 release
> > Also, I would like to try to try to experiment with using phabricator for
> > proposing patches to the stable branch. This is not a requirement,
> > but it will help reduce the chances of your patch being missed.
> > I have created a 3.6-release project on phabricator, so if you would like
> > to propose a patch via phabricator you can create a new diff and select
> > '3.6-release' as the project. Also make sure to include the ToT
> > revision number in the subject, something like:
> > Merge r237164 to 3.6 branch: R600/SI: Fix bug in VGPR spilling.
> > I'm also trying to figure out a way to create a submission
> > without a patch, because in most cases it is redundant to
> > specify a revision number and upload a patch. If anyone has
> > any suggestions about this, please let me know.
> > Thanks,
> > Tom
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