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Jesse Keating wrote:
On Wednesday 16 August 2006 14:30, Clark Williams wrote:
> Keeping in line with our razor-blade focus for mock ("we just build
> packages in chroots"), I actually don't think there's much more to do
> for 1.0. Once we are comfortable with the functional and security
> aspects of the 0.7 mock, I'd call it cooked. Assuming of course no one
> comes up with a killer feature that is :).
I'd be happy to see a 1.0 mock in FC7 released (:
Once 0.7 settles down a bit, I'd really like to get Red Hat's
to beat up on it and see if we can get anything they need upstream
so that when upstream mock goes 1.0, Red Hat can consume 1.0 and
I think we're agreed here. The tentative plan is we let FC6 go gold,
then when development becomes pre-FC7, we push mock-0.7 into
development. We then figure out some way to force Dan and Jeremy to
use the new mock in the buildsystem and as we fix bugs we up the mock
version until when it's stable, it becomes 1.0 for the FC7 release.
Viola! (or Walla, as we say in the South).
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