[Dev] elementary upgrade / Re: Merge commit gerrit push fail

Carsten Haitzler c.haitzler at samsung.com
Tue Jul 29 07:38:24 GMT 2014


On 07/29/2014 08:25 AM, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> On Tuesday 29 July 2014 07:56:16 Carsten Haitzler wrote:
>> remember that upstream efl master is being used daily by its own devs - all
>> day, every day, and 100's of others via things like AUR efl/e git pkg, so it
>> gets a fair bit of visibility, usage and testing as it goes, so issues are
>> often caught quickly. so it's not as bad as it may seem.
> But that might not be enough. Until you actually release, there may be binary 
> incompatible changes, unfixed regressions, etc. I do use Qt every day and so do 
> hundreds of people, and every single commit is tested with 15000 tests -- no 
> regressions are accepted. 
>
> And we still find issues during the release process.
>
> I do not recommend following an in-development version of a project UNLESS 
> you've got someone who is quite an expert doing it and able to help with 
> issues found. EFL is probably such a case for us in Tizen, as is probably the 
> Linux kernel.
>
> Still, it's up to the maintainer to decide.

that's why we are here - we know what changes daily.

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