[Pharo-project] [TODO] 1.3
norbert at hartl.name
Wed May 18 06:05:06 EDT 2011
That all makes completely sense. As I'm working with zinc now I'm going to switch to 1.3 immediately.
Am 18.05.2011 um 09:18 schrieb Marcus Denker:
> Current status:
> ==> all 1.3 builds are green
> ==> Open Issues Core: 20
> ==> Open Issues Full: 3
> So we are now in the state of "we could release next Friday". Thus the idea is now to steadily integrate what will happen,
> while keeping the status green.
> Thus we can focus on other things as the Next Most Important Issue. e.g.
> Get VM build system in a state so we can ship 1.3 with VMs build by or Hudson (soon Jenkins):
> The idea here is to
> a) simplify the VM story. There are too many VMs, each with each own version-number. Very confusing.
> b) not have to wait with deployment for a "maintainer" to release a VM every 2 years, but instead use the latest code base
> within hours of a bugfix.
> c) be able to actually improve the VM while in unstable.
> Thus we will
> - provide a "Pharo Cog $VersionNumber" vm. This will make it easy to anwer the question of "which VM should I use"
> - generate the archives one-click as well as the VMs listed on the website from the self-build VMs
> The good news is that we now have a window build slave, so we will soon have all 3 major architectures covered.
> On May 16, 2011, at 9:15 AM, Marcus Denker wrote:
>> Open Issues: 20
>> Failing Tests: 1
>> Open Issues: 8
>> Failing Tests: 3
>> => Most important next Issue to tackle: Get all tests green.
>> It would be nice to get both Core and Full green. Than the idea is that in the spirit of Continuous
>> Delivery, we just keep it green. No degeneration of trivial problems (undeclards), fast roll-back of
>> problematic changes...
>> The idea is to keep it in a state that we could, at a minumum, always say "We could release next Friday".
>> And the best would be: "We could release today".
>> Marcus Denker -- http://www.marcusdenker.de
>> INRIA Lille -- Nord Europe. Team RMoD.
> Marcus Denker -- http://www.marcusdenker.de
> INRIA Lille -- Nord Europe. Team RMoD.
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