Missing stuff from trunk and SAMBA_3_2 (Re: Opie build farm failure.)

Stefan (metze) Metzmacher metze at samba.org
Thu Oct 18 11:46:02 GMT 2007

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Gerald (Jerry) Carter schrieb:
> Stefan (metze) Metzmacher wrote:
>> this was a crypto bug, as this patch was missing:
>> http://gitweb.samba.org/?p=samba.git;a=commitdiff;h=b4746009735bf66b2578b884973c505b0363a79d
>> And I assume there're much more important fixes 
>> missing in v3-2-test.
>> So everybody should carefully review, what gets dropped here:
>> git show -p --stat 5c6c8e1fe93
>> http://gitweb.samba.org/?p=samba.git;a=commitdiff;h=5c6c8e1fe93
> Hmmm...That's disturbing.  Tracing the history:
>   * Went into trunk with r16050
>   * Went into SAMBA_3_0 with r16945 (Sync trunk -> 3.0
>     for 3.0.24 code.)
>     ....no full syncs of SAMBA_3_0 to a release branch
>         from this point on.
>   * SAMBA_3_0_24 was branched from SAMBA_3_0_23 (r19467)
>   * SAMBA_3_0_24 was renamed to SAMBA_3_0_25 (r21153)
>   * New SAMBA_3_0_24 was a security fix branched from
>     the releases-3-0-24 tag (r22815)
>   * SAMBA_3_0_26 was branched from SAMBA_3_0_25 (r22651)
>   * SAMBA_3_2_0 was branched from SAMBA_3_0_26 (r23775)
> So the missing code is really not a problem with the
> history of the git v3-2-test branch per say.  It does
> however highlight the weakness of having to manage so
> many branches.  And the problem with relying on tests
> against code that differs from what we will release.
> Unless someone manually merged it into a release branch
> (Under SVN),  We would have continued shipping releases
> without this code.  So its probably a good thing that
> we are now running what will be Samba 3.2.0 on the build
> farm.

yes, exactly what I mean...:-)

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