rtems-libbsd: 6-freebsd-12 branch
christian.mauderer at embedded-brains.de
Wed Jul 29 06:42:19 UTC 2020
Hello Gedare, Chris and Sebastian,
to summarize: I'll create a 6-freebsd-12 branch with the new commits.
Regarding documentation: We have a "Branches" Section in the README.md
of the libbsd. Sebastian added it in 2019:
If it is OK, I'll just update the description with the new branches.
I didn't find a good location in the rtems-docs repo. We don't have a
lot of documentation for libbsd there.
@Chris: You wanted to collect every location where we have to update a
description or version number after a release. I think the libbsd
Branches section in the README.md is one of these locations too. Beneath
that there is a
rtems_version = "5"
in the libbsd wscript. I think you had a ticket to collect these
changes? Or is it a section in the documentation?
On 29/07/2020 06:09, Gedare Bloom wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 28, 2020 at 9:29 PM Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org> wrote:
>> On 29/7/20 1:16 am, Christian Mauderer wrote:
>>> On 28/07/2020 17:14, Gedare Bloom wrote:
>>>> On Tue, Jul 28, 2020 at 7:29 AM Christian Mauderer
>>>> <christian.mauderer at embedded-brains.de> wrote:
>>>>> I sent a few patches about ten days ago that add some features (like a
>>>>> GPIO driver for i.MX that is based on the RTEMS i.MX GPIO driver that I
>>>>> also posted). I would like to push them soon.
>>>>> Normally I would have pushed them to master and 5-freebsd-12. But the
>>>>> later one is now a release branch and shouldn't get new features. Would
>>>>> that be a good time to create a 6-freebsd-12 branch?
>>>> I would let Sebastian or Chris decide. Do we anticipate having a
>>>> paired release of RTEMS-6 with FreeBSD-12? (Probably so, since we try
>>>> to reduce the release cycle time.)
>>> If not: Would it rather be a 6-freebsd-stable branch? With that name we
>>> can update it to 13 as soon as FreeBSD makes that jump.
>> I think 6-freebsd-12. I am not sure about using stable as a user tracking the
>> branch may get a surprise when it jumps to from 12 to 13.
>> Please add a 6-freebsd-12 branch.
>> It would be nice something was added to the eng manual on this topic.
> At the very least, it should be well-documented in the libbsd README.
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