Release version in Git.

Robby Stephenson robby at
Tue Sep 18 00:36:24 BST 2018

> On Sep 17, 2018, at 07:33, Ian Campbell <ijc at> wrote:
> You forgot to include the list, I've put it back.
>> On Mon, 2018-09-17 at 09:30 -0400, Raymond Martin wrote:
>> I definitely have the repository up to date. I will try to change
>> branches.
>> It just seemed to me that if a release is made it should be at the
>> head and not a separate branch.
> The release in question was a _point_ release on a stable branch, not a
> full new/major release, that's a very common arrangement for a repo
> (and for release management in general).

Right. The master branch may break from time to time or get a little stale as I do bug fixes on the stable branch. I merge all those back into master periodically but not quickly. 

There’s always a tag for a release, whatever branch it’s on. 


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