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util-linux util-linux is a random collection of Linux utilities Note: for the years 2006-2010 this project was named "util-linux-ng". COMPILE & INSTALL: See Documentation/howto-compilation.txt. MAILING LIST: E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#util-linux ARCHIVE: https://lore.kernel.org/util-linux/ The mailing list will reject email messages that contain: - more than 100K characters - html - spam phrases/keywords See: http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html#taboo IRC CHANNEL: #util-linux at libera.chat: irc://irc.libera.chat/util-linux The IRC channel and Mailing list are for developers and project maintainers. For end users it is recommended to utilize the distribution's support system. BUG REPORTING: E-MAIL: email@example.com Web: https://github.com/util-linux/util-linux/issues Bug reports with sensitive or private information: Karel Zak <firstname.lastname@example.org> This project has no resources to provide support for distribution specific issues. For end users it is recommended to utilize the distribution's support system. NLS (PO TRANSLATIONS): PO files are maintained by: http://translationproject.org/domain/util-linux.html VERSION SCHEMA: Standard releases: <major>.<minor>[.<maint>] major = fatal and deep changes minor = typical release with new features maint = maintenance releases; bug fixes only Development releases: <major>.<minor>-rc<N> SOURCE CODE: Download archive: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/ See also: Documentation/howto-contribute.txt Documentation/howto-build-sys.txt Documentation/howto-pull-request.txt SCM (Source Code Management) Repository: Primary repository: git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/utils/util-linux/util-linux.git Backup repository: git clone git://github.com/util-linux/util-linux.git Web interfaces: http://git.kernel.org/cgit/utils/util-linux/util-linux.git https://github.com/util-linux/util-linux Note: the GitHub repository may contain temporary development branches too. The kernel.org repository contains master (current development) and stable/* (maintenance) branches only. All master or stable/* changes are always pushed to both repositories at the same time. Repository Branches: 'git branch -a' master branch - current development - the source for stable releases when deemed ready. - day-to-day status is: 'it works for me'. This means that its normal state is useful but not well tested. - long-term development or invasive changes in active development are forked into separate 'topic' branches from the tip of 'master'. stable/ branches - public releases - branch name: stable/v<major>.<minor>. - created from the 'master' branch after two or more release candidates and the final public release. This means that the stable releases are committed, tagged, and reachable in 'master'. - these branches then become forked development branches. This means that any changes made to them diverge from the 'master' branch. - maintenance releases are part of, and belong to, their respective stable branch. As such, they are tags(<major>.<minor>.<maint>) and not branches of their own. They are not part of, visible in, or have anything to do with the 'master' development branch. In git terminology: maintenance releases are not reachable from 'master'. - when initially cloned (as with the 'git clone' command given above) these branches are created as 'remote tracking branches' and are only visible by using the -a or -r options to 'git branch'. To create a local branch use the desired tag with this command: 'git checkout -b v2.29.2 v2.29.2' Tags: 'git tag' - a new tag object is created for every release. - tag name: v<version>. - all tags are signed by the maintainer's PGP key. Known Bugs: - don't use tag v2.13.1 (created and published by mistake), use v2.13.1-REAL instead. WORKFLOW EXAMPLE: 1) development (branch: <master>) 2) master release (tags: v2.29-rc1, v2.29-rc2, v2.29, branch: <master>) 3) development (work on v2.30, branch: <master>) 4) fork -- create a new branch <stable/v2.29> based on tag v2.29 4a) new patches or cherry-pick patches from <master> (branch: <stable/v2.29>) 4b) stable release (tag: v2.29.1, branch: <stable/v2.29>) 4c) more patches; another release (tag: v2.29.2, branch: <stable/v2.29>) 5) master release v2.30 (branch: <master>) ... where 3) and 4) happen simultaneously.