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Let's tests dependencies convergence in Activiti core #2198

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igdianov opened this Issue Nov 23, 2018 · 2 comments

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igdianov commented Nov 23, 2018

so, that we can reduce redundant builds when propagating versions from activiti-api and activiti-core-common into activiti-core. The activiti-core PR CI pipeline will accumulate commits from updatebot until the versions are consistent to proceed with build, test all the modules.

We will also need to change updatebot configuration for activiti-api and activiti-core-common to push their versions into activiti-core via single pull request.

Then, when all the status checks are green, Mergify will merge the PR into release branch.

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igdianov commented Nov 23, 2018

@salaboy I have prepared the PRs to be merged:

#2199
Activiti/activiti-api#55
Activiti/activiti-core-common#27

It does not make sense to release new versions, so just cancel Jenkins-x pipeline for each commit.

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igdianov commented Nov 29, 2018

Done.

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