[wp-hackers] Interim Updates

Chris Coggburn chris at coggburn.us
Sun Feb 27 09:59:16 GMT 2005

Ryan Boren wrote:

>Same here, but only for 13 years.  Ongoing development always happens on
>the trunk.  That's why it's the trunk.
>Some branch strategies use feature branches that eventually merge back
>to the trunk to form the next major release, but we don't do that.  I'm
>not fond of that strategy since it is very heavyweight and creates lots
>of sync/merge work.  However, even in that strategy bug fixing for
>previous releases happens in branches, not on the trunk.  The reason
>we're still using trunk for 1.5.1 bug fix work is because we haven't
>opened 1.6 development.
I see. I guess I might look into that for my projects as well.

Christopher Coggburn

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