r6532 - in trunk/BOOK: . introduction/welcome x/installing

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Feb 3 12:18:41 PST 2007

Dan Nicholson wrote these words on 02/03/07 13:39 CST:
> On 2/3/07, Randy McMurchy <randy at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
>> I just finished creating all the tarballs and pdf file and was just
>> about to populate Quantum, so I suppose we'll have to wait for this
>> commit to show up on the rc2 version on Wednesday. No big deal, right?
> Nope. Now if we had a 6.2 branch, I could put it there and it wouldn't
> be forgotten...

I'm just not understanding. What keeps you from putting it in trunk,
just like every other commit you do? Then, on Wednesday, I cut a new
tag from trunk. Your change will be there. Why do we need this 6.2
branch? What exactly does it do for us. You've never really explained
that (other than you said it would allow you to move on with
development to match current LFS SVN).

What am I missing?


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