Re: Ports/Backports

Florian Hockmann <f...@...>

The problem is just that we recently decided to close branch 0.2 and only make a last release of that branch and then close it for development. Any new pull requests that now target 0.2 could therefore either postpone that release or if they are merged after the release, we need to merge them into 0.3 and from their into master. That is why I suggest that you try to target 0.3 instead for bug fixes or master for new features / enhancements. It shouldn't usually be a problem for you to rebase a feature branch on one of these release branches.

Am Montag, 13. Mai 2019 23:13:32 UTC+2 schrieb Chris Hupman:

We regularly merge commits upstream. You just need to worry about submitting the Pull Request you want to get in. If you want to take care of merging it into all branches here's a comment with an example.

 Changes to all release branches will also be merged into master

On Monday, May 13, 2019 at 1:29:32 PM UTC-7, wri...@... wrote:
Hi Janusgraph Team, 

We've just become a contributors and would like to push our changes to public repository.
The thing is that all changes are based on 0.2 version - the version we use in production.
How it'd suitable to review and (back)port the changes?
- Start from 0.2 branch and then port to master?
- (Vice versa) Start from master and then backport to 0.2?


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