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Re: [rt-pmc] Bundle major versions and project major release
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 08:02:39 -0700
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I would like to follow up on/discuss this question a little bit.
Let's say a given project exposes 3 APIs: A, B, C. Assume all of
these are non-provisional. Assume to start that all are at version
1.0.0. Assume also that the project is at version 1.0.0.
If the bundle(s) that constitute A go through a major upgrade, and A's
version number changes to 2.0.0, while the other two go through minor
upgrades (e.g. 1.1.0), what does this imply (or require) in terms of the
project-level versioning? I understand that technically/API tools the
project-level version can be anything the project wants, but as far as
I've seen, no Eclipse project has (yet) had major version changes of
individual bundles/APIs within a minor project-level version change
(e.g. 1.1.0). I also understand that the typical is the reverse...i.e.
the project-level version changes moving faster/larger than the
bundle-level changes...but what, if any, conventions/rules exist around
Mark Rogalski wrote:
Whether a formal project release review is required depends on the
version number of the project rather than it's content. I think the
real question is whether the major upgrade of an internal bundle
necessitates a change in the encompassing project's versioning. This
probably needs to be determined on a case by case basis. Will the
internal bundle upgrade break any compatibilities in ECF?
If not, then there is probably no need to wait for a major version
change of ECF. If yes, then the extent of the incompatibilities need
to be weighed.
*Markus Alexander Kuppe <rt-pmc_eclipse.org@xxxxxxxxxxx>*
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[rt-pmc] Bundle major versions and project major release
during today's ECF con call the question came up if an increase of a
single bundle major version automatically and always causes the
requirement to do a project major release.
E.g. one example would be that at some points in time ECF definitely
wants to move upwards from jSLP  1.0 to 2.0 (the fact that jSLP 2.0
is going to be hosted at Apache may be out of this scenario) which
probably won't be in sync with our "regular" release planing. So do we
have to postpone the bundle upgrade until we do ECF 4.0?
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