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Tag all releases, also in the stable branch #6937

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gioele opened this Issue Oct 24, 2017 · 3 comments

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gioele commented Oct 24, 2017

The current stable release, version 12.0.3.3, does not appear in the list of releases on GitHub, nor in the list of tags in the Git repository or in the changelog.

Could you please tag also micro relases, at least in the Git repository?

Tagging micro releases creates a simple machine-readable list of actual versions that can be used in various tools to check (passively) if local installations are up to date or packages need to be rebuilt.

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nickvergessen commented Oct 24, 2017

You have to look for 3 numbers only. 12.0.3 is the visual version number and therefor the tag name: https://github.com/nextcloud/server/releases/tag/v12.0.3

the last .3 is just the internal number. It's increased everytime a background job, repair step or anything else regarding the database or some other systems changed.

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gioele commented Oct 24, 2017

hi @nickvergessen, my problem is that I'd like to receive a notification from our notification system whenever any update is available. Without a tag or something like this this is not possible.

Or are you suggesting that these micro versions can simply be ignored and not installed?

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nickvergessen commented Oct 24, 2017

Yes ignore the micro version. The are not part of our release number. There is only one released 12.0.3 version, and its internal version number is 12.0.3.3

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