2.0 -> 2.2
chip at force-elite.com
Sun Sep 5 00:26:41 PDT 2004
On Sun, 2004-09-05 at 09:20 +0200, Mathieu Arnold wrote:
> +-le 05/09/2004 00:02 -0600, Paul Querna écrivait :
> | I don't believe any plans are 100% set in stone yet, but many of the
> | committers(including me) from Apache would like to make a new stable 2.2
> | branch this fall. (Likely during ApacheCon, November 13-17).
> | This release has lots of cool new features (And, I don't want to write a
> | summary document right now...), but my main question is for the FreeBSD
> | Ports, will you shift the main Apache2 port to the 2.2 branch, or will
> | you create a separate httpd-2.2 port?
> | I don't want to even imply switching over on the 2.2.0 release day, but
> | what is the general plan for FreeBSD?
> If apache 2.2 is a stable release, I think that apache2 will be copied to
> apache20 so that people can use it still, and apache2 will be updated to the
> 2.2 branch.
Yes, it will be a 'stable' release. For all 2.X.Y Releases HTTPd will
use the even/odd minor numbers to indicate the stable branch.
2.0.XX = stable
2.1.XX = development
2.2.XX = stable
2.3.XX = development
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