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From Henri Yandell <>
Subject Re: [lang] Preparing for a 2.5 release
Date Fri, 05 Feb 2010 04:20:14 GMT
My general thinking is:

"+1, thanks for doing this"

mixed with:

"We now have two versions in development at the same time, we can no
longer just charge along coding - we need process"

Namely, do we put anything in 2.5 as long as it doesn't affect
backwards compat, do we keep adding enhancements, do we only do
bugfixes (or critical bugfixes)?

It starts to feel that we need to emulate Tomcat's methodology more of
working in trunk then voting particular patches back into the legacy


On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 6:22 PM, Niall Pemberton
<> wrote:
> For anyone who hasn't noticed I've been back-porting Commons Lang
> changes from the trunk to a 2.x branch:
> AFAIC its getting close to being ready for a 2.5 release. LANG-204 is
> currently in progress and I will try to post a summary of whats been
> back ported (and what hasn't) tomorrow. Other than that I have only
> updating the site and getting the release notes & changes plugin up to
> date on my todo list.
> Is there anything anyone else wants included?
> Niall
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