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Roadmap to upgrade Node.js from v6.14.3 to v10 LTS #2239

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ManuGowda opened this Issue Jul 18, 2018 · 4 comments

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ManuGowda commented Jul 18, 2018

Expected behavior

  • Upgrade Node.js from v6.14.3 to v8.11.3
  • Once sodium-native build is stable with Node.js v10.x.x, upgrade Node.js version to LTS v10.x.x

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No backward compatibility support for the previous version of Node.js after the upgrade.

Which version(s) does this affect? (Environment, OS, etc...)

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For reference: #2135

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4miners commented Jul 26, 2018

For reference: #2135

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@ManuGowda Perhaps it's worth adding semver major/minor requirements to these changes?

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willclarktech commented Jul 26, 2018

@ManuGowda Perhaps it's worth adding semver major/minor requirements to these changes?

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@willclarktech as per the discussion with @MaciejBaj we decided to keep the backward compatibility support of LTS versions, to not end up in instability on minor versions of the software. @MaciejBaj whats your opinion on this comment?

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ManuGowda commented Jul 26, 2018

@willclarktech as per the discussion with @MaciejBaj we decided to keep the backward compatibility support of LTS versions, to not end up in instability on minor versions of the software. @MaciejBaj whats your opinion on this comment?

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My point is just that removing support for Node versions is probably a major change, whereas adding support is probably a minor change, and it would be helpful to see this directly in the issue description.

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willclarktech commented Jul 26, 2018

My point is just that removing support for Node versions is probably a major change, whereas adding support is probably a minor change, and it would be helpful to see this directly in the issue description.

@diego-G diego-G added this to Development Backlog in Lisk Pipelines Aug 24, 2018

@diego-G diego-G moved this from Product Backlog to User Support in Lisk Pipelines Sep 12, 2018

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