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Active Branches

Ekiga currently has 3 active branches:

  • Trunk: This branch contains the latest development code and experimentation.

Developers Access: svn co svn+ssh://[login@]svn.gnome.org/svn/ekiga/trunk ekiga

Anonymous Access: svn co http://svn.gnome.org/svn/ekiga/trunk ekiga

  • H_Release: This branch contains the latest development code that has been tested and certified to work correctly. It is temporary and is used as a stable base for SIP Presence development.

Developers Access: svn co svn+ssh://[login@]svn.gnome.org/svn/ekiga/branches/H_Release ekiga

Anonymous Access: svn co http://svn.gnome.org/svn/ekiga/branches/H_Release ekiga

  • gnome-2-14: This branch contains the latest stable code corresponding to the 2.0.x releases.

Developers Access: svn co svn+ssh://[login@]svn.gnome.org/svn/ekiga/branches/gnome-2-14 ekiga

Anonymous Access: svn co http://svn.gnome.org/svn/ekiga/branches/gnome-2-14 ekiga

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Syncing Branches

  • When a bugfix that affects all branches is committed, all branches should be updated as well as the NEWS file.
  • When a bugfix that affects one specific branch is committed, only that branch should be updated as well as the NEWS file. If that bugfix is specific to the Trunk and fixes a bug introduced in the Trunk during the development phase, the NEWS file should not be updated.
  • When a feature is added and that this feature is considered as stable, it should be added to the Trunk and to the H_Release branch. Both NEWS files should be modified accordingly.
  • When a feature is added and that this feature is experimental, only the Trunk should be modified. The NEWS file should be updated accordingly.
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