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How to detect revisions that break current installs
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Exclamation How to detect revisions that break current installs
Hi everybody,

From now on, at least I, will put in the first line of the revision log a message that speaks by itself: BREAKS!

This will be an attempt to let anybody who checks the revision logs (not the CHANGELOG) know that the specified revision breaks existing installations.

Just to clarify:
By "existing installations" I mean existing installations based on trunk.

Hopefully by adding those messages to the revision log will help when the time to write an upgrade script comes.

Comments are, as usually, welcomed Wink
08-18-2007 10:34 AM
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RE: How to detect revisions that break current installs
It is very nice to see that you build in and around ispCP!
Such informations are always needed.

Greez BeNe
08-18-2007 05:47 PM
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RE: How to detect revisions that break current installs
raphael is a shiny star for ispCP comunity !
awsome amount of work the last weeks !

/E
08-19-2007 08:47 AM
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RE: How to detect revisions that break current installs
Eminos Wrote:raphael is a shiny star for ispCP comunity !
awsome amount of work the last weeks !

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+++ I agree...
08-19-2007 09:30 AM
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RE: How to detect revisions that break current installs
Heh, thanks Smile

But I'm starting school this week so I won't be able to collaborate as I've been doing in the last two months
08-19-2007 10:50 AM
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