Plone 3.0 tagged
wichert at wiggy.net
Fri Aug 17 11:46:27 UTC 2007
We are almost there! I just tagged Plone 3.0. Over the next couple of
days we will be making the installers and preparing the press materials
so we can do the proper release on Tuesday.
As part of the release a fair amount of changes where made in the
subversion repositories that are important for developers:
* CMFPlone has a new 3.0 branch. This is a maintenance branch, so only
bugfixes are allowed there. Everything else needs to happen on trunk.
* The 3.0, 3.0-zopecommit and 3.0-lib bundles are also in maintenance
mode now. At the moment they still track the same trunks and branches
of all packages and products, but if we see changes appear that should
not happen in a maintenance branch we will switch to using tags or
revision pins to guarantee stability.
* There are new subversion bundles that track Plone trunk that should be
used for ongoing Plone development:
This is the standard Zope Products bundle.
This is the same as the trunk bundle, except it uses svn+ssh for
products maintained on svn.zope.org. This can only be used by
people who have commit rights there.
This is the python packages bundle for Plone trunk.
* ploneout trunk has been updated to follow Plone trunk. If you want to
keep following Plone 3.0 there is a new 3.0 ploneout branch you can
use at https://svn.plone.org/svn/plone/ploneout/branches/3.0
* plone.recipe.plone has been updated for the 3.0. If you are using
buildout for a Plone 3 based project this is highly recommend. See
http://cheeseshop.python.org/pypi/plone.recipe.plone/3.0 for more
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