[Ros-release] ABI compatibility
jack.oquin at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 23:48:07 UTC 2013
On Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 3:00 PM, Tully Foote <tfoote at willowgarage.com> wrote:
> My best estimate was that rolling over the version numbers to even values
> would cost us a full week of work for the core team and would require every
> single maintainer to respond quickly to the request to rerelease. And
> availability of all maintainers any specific week is not likely. Because
> of this large overhead I didn't ask everyone to comply with that policy.
> You'll note I've updated the Version Policy wiki page to reflect that too.
> I think what this points out is that we need to make sure we develop a way
> to know what versions of packages are available in the debian repository.
> And we should make the Changelogs much more visible. There was a
> discussion long ago about moving the Changelogs from the wiki back into the
> source. I think it's time to revive that discussion. Especially now that
> we have tools like bloom which could inject that information into the
> debian packages now.
> Also we should update REP 9 to not reference the even odd scheme, but be
> more explicit about when and where things should be compatible.
> And the last thing we should do is find a way to integrate some of the ABI
> checking tools into the prereleases to help maintainers know when things
> slip through the cracks.
+1 to all of that
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