JDK8u212 next steps
Andrew John Hughes
gnu.andrew at redhat.com
Tue Mar 19 18:11:47 UTC 2019
On 18/03/2019 08:58, Langer, Christoph wrote:
> I've transported the changes for OpenJDK 8u212 to the jdk8u repository forest, as per the steps below. The request for a new JBS release "openjdk8u222" was sent to ops.
> As of now, changes that are targeted for jdk8u212 need to be pushed to jdk8u. Those must, of course, have been labeled with "jdk8u-critical-request" and approved beforehand. I've set "jdk8u-critical-request" on bugs JDK-8220641, JDK-8193764 and JDK-8189761 as I assume they shall go into jdk8u. Please correct it in JBS if my assumption is wrong.
Why was this forked before these changes were pushed in the first place?
We'd already agreed they would go in first.
> When there are no objections, I'll do the push to jdk8u on Monday. In detail this will mean the following steps:
When exactly do you expect such objections, given you didn't send this
until 21:32 on Friday evening?
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