< KDevelopRevision as of 15:08, 14 December 2018 by Riddell (talk | contribs) (→Checklist)(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Contents 1 Release process for publishing a new KDevelop version 1.1 HowTo 1.2 Checklist 1.3 Using ReleaseMe Release process for publishing a new KDevelop version HowTo This list explains how to obtain release artifacts. (all commands are fish commands, adapt as needed) For kdevelop, kdev-python, kdev-php: go to stable branch, don't forget to pull, edit CMakeLists.txt with the new version number. Don't create a tag. Commit and push. Create tarballs and tags with releaseme: set VERSION 5.2.4; for application in kdev-python kdev-php kdevelop; ruby tarme.rb --version $VERSION --origin stable $application; ruby tagme.rb --version $VERSION; end Sign: for file in *.tar.xz; gpg --detach-sign --armor $file; end When built, get the AppImage: http://home.kfunk.org:8080/job/kdevelop-appimage-centos/ Update version.ini to have the new tarball version and default target, commit and push: kde:craft-blueprints-kde/extragear/kdevelop/version.ini When built, get the new windows installers: https://binary-factory.kde.org/job/KDevelop_Release_win32/ https://binary-factory.kde.org/job/KDevelop_Release_win64/ Upload all of them either using ftp + filing a sysadmin ticket, or directly: make directory structure, sign files, then on racnoss make the new release directory and keep it hidden until release: mkdir mkdir /home/ftpadmin/stable/kdevelop/$VERSION; chmod 750 /home/ftpadmin/stable/kdevelop/$VERSION scp *AppImage* [email protected]:/home/ftpadmin/stable/kdevelop/$VERSION/bin/linux/ scp *.tar.xz* [email protected]:/home/ftpadmin/stable/kdevelop/$VERSION/src/ scp *.exe* [email protected]:/home/ftpadmin/stable/kdevelop/$VERSION/bin/windows/ Checklist This list explains how to perform the release from the management point of view. This checklist should be processed in the respective order. When release date is clear, email [email protected] Website Prepare release announcement for kdevelop.org (don't publish yet) Repositories (needs to be done for each repository we release) Verify unit tests are working Using the ReleaseMe script (see next paragraph) Generate tarballs Tag the version Adjust codebase for next dev cycle Bugzilla Add new versions in bugzilla Add new milestones in bugzilla Pre-Publishing Alert KDE Promo team to forthcoming release announce #kde-promo or Telegram group Upload tarball to KDE FTP (see ftp://upload.kde.org/README) File sysadmin ticket to publish files, specify directory should be kept hidden Wait for it to be uploaded e-mail [email protected] to tell distros to start packaging Publishing File sysadmin ticket to publish files publically, chmod 755 the download directory on racnoss When files are uploaded Update download page on the website (https://www.kdevelop.org/download) Publish release announcement on the website Coordinate with KDE Promo team putting on social media and Dot as appropriate Share blog post on Reddit/Hackernews/Twitter/whatever Mail release announcement to [email protected] & [email protected] & [email protected] Update IRC channel topic Optional stuff Update Wikipedia (release date, feature comparison) Update screenshots (website, kde.org, kde-apps, freshmeat, facebook) Update OpenHub (app icon/logo) More information can be found here: https://community.kde.org/ReleasingSoftware Using ReleaseMe Setup: git clone kde:releaseme cd releaseme cat README.md Step 1: tarballing ./tarme.rb --version 5.3 --origin 5.3 kdevelop Step 2: tagging ./tagme.rb 5.3.0 Rinse & repeat for kdev-php, kdev-python Upload the tarballs to the KDE FTP and notify the sysadmins: Upload to ftp://upload.kde.org:21/incoming/ Create one ticket at https://phabricator.kde.org/maniphest/task/edit/form/2/ Also add the sha256sum of the tarballs to the sysadmin ticket; also tell where sysadmins should upload the tarballs. Example destination: http://download.kde.org/stable/kdevelop/5.3.0/src/ Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=KDevelop/Release_Process&oldid=82308" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.