[Dev] [openssl] upstream branch update
j.kozerski at samsung.com
Tue Oct 21 08:57:56 GMT 2014
Do you think that it would be better to keep current history of upstream branch
and cherry-pick upstream history from version 1.0.1h to 1.0.1j (as I did on my
sandbox) or overwrite whole upstream branch with upstream history (force push)?
And second question: Are merges from upstream branch to tizen branch OK? Do we
want to merge upstream to tizen, or we want to keep linear history and
cherry-pick commits from upstream to tizen?
On 2014-10-20 19:10:43, Whiteman, John L wrote:
> Hi Janusz,
> I'm fine with the second approach. Other upstream packages are
> already doing it and the history can be useful.
> Best Regards,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Janusz Kozerski [mailto:j.kozerski at samsung.com]
> Sent: Monday, October 20, 2014 6:38 AM
> To: dev at lists.tizen.org
> Cc: Tomasz Swierczek; Bartlomiej Grzelewski; Whiteman, John L;
> Demeter, Michael
> Subject: [openssl] upstream branch update
> Hi All,
> I've seen that on platform/upstream/openssl repository on upstream
> branch, changes are pulled from upstream as a one big blob of code.
> Wouldn't be better if we pull commits from upstream as they are? We
> can have full git history instead of these blobs.
> I've pushed to a review a commit with update to 1.0.1j in existing
> I've also prepared a sandbox branch with the same upstream changes
> (with full git history) rebased on tizen.org upstream branch:
> We should choose one way of moving changes from upstream.
> We should do the same for tizen branch.
> Janusz Kozerski
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