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authorBryce Harrington <bryce@bryceharrington.org>2018-10-22 15:46:17 -0700
committerBryce Harrington <bryce@bryceharrington.org>2018-10-22 15:47:03 -0700
commitc66f017aa376f5fffcd5ee785523e5e2775e379f (patch)
tree8a7f5aa9a6b0eb6ff755acf36a40785116078b74
parent717f0e0a40b8d947dad3fb9f25c3aad1619aae87 (diff)
RELEASING: Bugzilla no longer needs updated
-rw-r--r--RELEASING20
1 files changed, 9 insertions, 11 deletions
diff --git a/RELEASING b/RELEASING
index 8ac926e9b..98778f087 100644
--- a/RELEASING
+++ b/RELEASING
@@ -161,7 +161,13 @@ Here are the steps to follow to create a new cairo release:
If for some reason you lost this message, "make release-publish-message"
prints it for you.
- Upload the incremental ChangeLog generated by the above:
+ Upload the incremental ChangeLog generated by the above. For
+ minor stable releases, this is:
+
+ scp ChangeLog \
+ cairographics.org:/srv/cairo.freedesktop.org/www/releases/ChangeLog.cairo-${THIS_RELEASE}
+
+ for micro and snapshot releases, the command is:
scp ChangeLog.cache-${LAST_RELEASE}.. \
cairographics.org:/srv/cairo.freedesktop.org/www/releases/ChangeLog.cairo-${THIS_RELEASE}
@@ -193,13 +199,7 @@ Here are the steps to follow to create a new cairo release:
git commit cairo-version.h -m "Bump version for ${DEVEL_VERSION}"
-10) Edit the cairo bugzilla product and add the new version numbers.
-
- Note that you need to add two versions. One for the
- release/snapshot (with an even micro version), another with the
- post-release version (with an odd micro version).
-
-11) Send out an announcement message.
+10) Send out an announcement message.
Send a message to cairo-announce@cairographics.org and CC
cairo@cairographics.org, gnome-announce-list@gnome.org and
@@ -210,8 +210,6 @@ Here are the steps to follow to create a new cairo release:
git shortlog ${LAST_RELEASE}...
-12) Add the announcement to the website as a new entry in the news/
+11) Add the announcement to the website as a new entry in the news/
dir. It will automatically get indexed onto the homepage when the
site refreshes.
-
-