[asdf-devel] What is the release process for ASDF?
gwking at metabang.com
Wed Dec 9 18:58:40 UTC 2009
This is a very tardy response... but perhaps it's still better to be late than never.
If you look at the make file you'll find several useful (?) targets including
* test -- test with SBCL (can be overridden with lisp= when invoking make)
* test-all -- test all of the lisps in `lisps`
* bump_revision -- bumps the git revision
* archive -- make a tarball
* archive-copy -- make a tarball and copy it to CL.net
You'll need to make some changes to some of the definitions at the top of the GNUmakefile.
On Nov 30, 2009, at 11:15 PM, Faré wrote:
> Beside running tests with SBCL, what is the release process for ASDF?
> Are there a script to automatically increase the revision number,
> commit, build tarballs, update online documentation?
> The bin/ directory suggests there are, but it's unclear what is the
> correct usage pattern (if any), and I'd rather not learn the gotchas
> the hard way.
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