That is basically what's happening. The only difference is that the new
master branch will not appear immediately but sometime in June. I
someone happens to miss this info and do a pull on their master branch
in the meantime, a missing remote branch will be less confusing than a
On 05/23/2013 01:39 PM, Stuart Douglas wrote:
Why not just start a new master based off 2.0, and remove the 2.0
branch? It does not look like the current master branch will get much
adoption, and this would make weld consistent with pretty much every
other JBoss project.
Jozef Hartinger wrote:
> there are currently three main branches for Weld Core:
> - 1.1 - the Weld 1.1 branch used in JBoss AS 7, JBoss EAP and other EE6
> application servers
> - master - Weld 1.2 - basically the 1.1 branch with weld-osgi on top
> - 2.0 - Weld 2.0 (CDI 1.1 implementation)
> This is confusing as git users usually expect to find the latest and
> greatest in the master branch which is not the case for Weld. Therefore,
> I am going to rename the master branch to a more appropriate name -
> "1.2". If you do any work on the current master branch make sure to
> apply your changes to "1.2" from now on.
> A new master branch will be added eventually when we start working on
> Weld 2.1. In the meantime there will be no branch named "master".
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