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bug#24073: 25.1-rc2

From: Paul Rankin
Subject: bug#24073: 25.1-rc2
Date: Sat, 01 Apr 2017 20:18:37 +1000

On Sat, 1 Apr 2017, at 05:20 PM, Andreas Schwab wrote:
> On Apr 01 2017, Paul Rankin <address@hidden> wrote:
> > If I'm following correctly, the patch to outline.el was applied to master 
> > on a commit 9cc59ffbbb2f20fbbf1c72d2e0c9dc47c7906a99 on 30 September 2016. 
> > Then the "emacs-25.2-rc2" tag was applied to commit 
> > fe91ff27c54cc10b70a5c5d5bac4017922866717 on master on 22 February.[1]
> fe91ff27c5 isn't in master, only in the emacs-25 branch.

On Sat, 1 Apr 2017, at 07:37 PM, Andreas Schwab wrote:
> On Apr 01 2017, Paul Rankin <address@hidden> wrote:
> > And on GitHub it's just under the commit message. But if you trust neither 
> > of these, you can verify for yourself with:
> >
> > $ git branch -a --contains fe91ff27c54cc10b70a5c5d5bac4017922866717
> > * master
> >   remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master
> >   remotes/origin/emacs-25
> >   remotes/origin/feature/mhtml-mode
> >   remotes/origin/fix-bug-21072
> >   remotes/origin/master
> >   remotes/origin/scratch/record
> >   remotes/origin/scratch/tzz/nettle
> That's only after emacs-25 has been merged into master.

Okay so we've established that the commit is in master after all 👍

Emacs development appears to go along in a kind of unorthodox way. As someone 
familiar with git but unfamiliar with the Emacs dev workflow, my assumption was 
that anything in master is ready to ship out the door, with the bulk of commits 
happening on feature or hotfix branches. But it appears to work in the reverse, 
with everything going into master, and stable releases branching off, which 
seems like a good recipe for perpetual missing-of-boatsness. I remember when 
Emacs dev switched over to git there was a lot of confusion about how it works, 
so I think this is maybe the remnants of that.

Anyway, let's hope we can catch the boat next time round!

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