[Kde-pim] kdepimlibs 4.12 versioning problem
bcooksley at kde.org
Wed Dec 11 08:35:40 UTC 2013
On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 1:59 AM, Daniel Vrátil <dvratil at redhat.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday 10 of December 2013 19:52:16 Ben Cooksley wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > It would appear that the CMakeLists.txt in kdepimlibs for KDE/4.12
> > currently has it's version set to 4.12.43, which is totally wrong.
> > More concerningly, it means master has been merged into KDE/4.12 at some
> > point.
> > My checks reveal the commit in question which did this is
> > probably ca3a3857b5ab80497b3318659a7b07bb21560ede.
> > Can someone please verify this is the case?
> yes, the merge had a conflict in root CMakeLists.txt, probably due to the
> > If it is the case, what action do we need to take? Should we force rewind
> > it back to the last good commit -
> > and cherry pick the needed patches? Or just patch up the version number
> > any other issues it has?
> gitk shows some mess (commits from 2006-2013 on top of the commit list),
> so I
> think it would be better to rewind back to the last good commit and cherry
> pick the good commits from master. From my kde-commits ML folder (which I
> don't guarantee is complete on my side, but should be) it looks like there
> were following commits done into 4.12 after the bad merge:
Based on the lack of objections to Dan's proposal, I have now force pushed
kdepimlibs branch KDE/4.12, reverting it back to the last known good commit.
> > Thanks,
> > Ben
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