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From Rajesh Balamohan <rbalamo...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Updating CHANGES.txt to track fixes/commits
Date Wed, 05 Aug 2015 23:01:46 GMT
Also, What should be followed for incompatible changes?
    - Should we treat "INCOMPATBILE CHANGES" as a subset of "ALL CHANGES"?
Currently, we add it only in "INCOMPATBILE CHANGES" section.
    - Let us say we have "TEZ-1111" to be added in "INCOMPATBILE CHANGES"
in 0.5.x branch.  Should we add it to "INCOMPATBILE CHANGES" in other
branches as well (0.6, 0.7, master)?


On Thu, Aug 6, 2015 at 4:01 AM, Hitesh Shah <hitesh@apache.org> wrote:

> Given that we have parallel branches going with their own different
> timelines on when a maintenance/patch release is done, what does folks
> think about the way we are currently tracking what changes went into each
> and every particular branch/release?
> For example, a commit for say TEZ-11111 would have been committed to
> master, branch 0.7, branch 0.6 and branch 0.5. Putting the entry for
> TEZ-11111 into only one section in CHANGES.txt makes it confusing to figure
> out which release the fix is available in.
> There are multiple options we could take:
>     1) Create a CHANGES.txt/release notes from the git commit log for a
> given branch.
>     2) Add an entry into every release section in CHANGES.txt i.e. 4
> entries for TEZ-11111 in master CHANGES.txt and corresponding one into the
> relevant CHANGES.txt for each branch
> The above are not completely useful to the user unless JIRA is kept in
> sync and up to date to match the branches in which the fix was committed.
> Likewise for setting “Affect Versions” correctly.
> Any other options/ideas?
> thanks
> — Hitesh

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