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Re: 'core-updates' Q4 2019

From: Marius Bakke
Subject: Re: 'core-updates' Q4 2019
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2019 18:49:53 +0200
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Kei Kebreau <address@hidden> writes:

> Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hello Kei,
>> Kei Kebreau <address@hidden> skribis:
>>> I have the GNOME 3.32 branch! I'm building it on top of the new
>>> core-updates as you read this message. If everything still builds, I'll
>>> immediately send my changes to the guix-patches mailing list for review
>>> and testing.
>> Shouldn’t you instead base it on ‘master’ or ‘staging’?
>> That may allow us to merge it more quickly, especially if these are only
>> GNOME-related changes.
>> Thanks for working on it!
>> Ludo’.
> Hi Ludovic,
> Taken individually, most changes on the GNOME 3.32 branch could be
> pushed to master without too much trouble. The only issues are big changes 
> like
> upgrading Vala. The following changes would cause a large number of
> rebuilds:
> At least 300 rebuilds: python-pygobject, gtk+
> At least 1200 rebuilds: gtk-doc, vala, yelp-tools, python-parameterized,
> python-check-manifest, python-anytree
> I'll minimize the changes, isolate what I can, and submit the results
> for review as time allows!

Thanks!  Sounds like something we can handle in a 'staging' cycle.

By the way, GNOME 3.34 is out, and 3.36 is slated for March.  So I think
we will finally be able to catch up with GNOME again soon...

(let's focus on 3.32 first though ;-))

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