[llvm-dev] Why do we have a git tag called "release_35 at 215010"?
Duncan P. N. Exon Smith via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Fri Feb 5 15:25:53 PST 2016
> On 2016-Feb-05, at 15:22, James Y Knight <jyknight at google.com> wrote:
> That usually happens when someone deletes and then recreates an svn branch with the same name, as happened in r215001 and r215011.
> It can be deleted now, if anyone wants to.
$ git push llvm.org :release_35 at 215010
fatal: unable to access 'http://llvm.org/git/llvm.git/': The requested URL returned error: 403
Who has access to this?
> Doesn't really seem like it matters though.
Not important, surely, but we might as well clean it up!
> On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 5:34 PM, Duncan P. N. Exon Smith via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> I.e., I see this when I run `git fetch`:
> $ git fetch -v llvm.org
> From http://llvm.org/git/llvm
> = [up to date] master -> llvm.org/master
> = [up to date] release_1 -> llvm.org/release_1
> = [up to date] release_16 -> llvm.org/release_16
> = [up to date] release_20 -> llvm.org/release_20
> = [up to date] release_21 -> llvm.org/release_21
> = [up to date] release_22 -> llvm.org/release_22
> = [up to date] release_23 -> llvm.org/release_23
> = [up to date] release_24 -> llvm.org/release_24
> = [up to date] release_25 -> llvm.org/release_25
> = [up to date] release_26 -> llvm.org/release_26
> = [up to date] release_27 -> llvm.org/release_27
> = [up to date] release_28 -> llvm.org/release_28
> = [up to date] release_29 -> llvm.org/release_29
> = [up to date] release_30 -> llvm.org/release_30
> = [up to date] release_31 -> llvm.org/release_31
> = [up to date] release_32 -> llvm.org/release_32
> = [up to date] release_33 -> llvm.org/release_33
> = [up to date] release_34 -> llvm.org/release_34
> = [up to date] release_35 -> llvm.org/release_35
> = [up to date] release_35 at 215010 -> llvm.org/release_35 at 215010
> = [up to date] release_36 -> llvm.org/release_36
> = [up to date] release_37 -> llvm.org/release_37
> = [up to date] release_38 -> llvm.org/release_38
> = [up to date] stable -> llvm.org/stable
> = [up to date] testing -> llvm.org/testing
> The release_35 at 215010 looks bogus. Why is it there? If there's no good reason, who has permission to remove it?
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