[LLVMdev] Stable Release Schedule: 3.5.2 and 3.6.1
renato.golin at linaro.org
Tue Mar 3 03:31:21 PST 2015
Sounds like a plan to me. I particularly welcome the strict schedule.
Do we have candidates for 3.6.1 already? Do we want to back-port
anything from 3.6.0 to 3.5.2?
On 2 March 2015 at 15:21, Tom Stellard <tom at stellard.net> wrote:
> Here is schedule for upcoming stable releases:
> 3.5.2 - This will be the last 3.5.x release. There was a critical bug fix
> that did not make it into 3.5.1, which made it necessary to do 3.5.2. I
> will accept other fixes, but the merge window will be very short:
> March 16 - Tag 3.5.2-rc1 and begin testsing
> March 25 - 3.5.2 release (If no regressions found during testing).
> 3.6.1 - Bug fixes for 3.6.1 will now be accepted. If you would to merge
> a patch into the 3.6 branch, send an email to llvm-commits and cc the
> code owner and the release manager (me).
> I will try to periodically send a reminder to the mailing list about
> the 3.6.1 release, but please do not wait to the last minute to merge
> your bugfixes. Barring exceptional circumstances, the -rc1 tag date will
> be firm.
> May 4 - Tag 3.6.1-rc1 and begin testing
> May 13 - 3.6.1 release (If no regressions found during testing).
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