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LHCb Core Software Programme of Work

This page documents the current work plan of the LHCb Core Software team. It is based on discussions that took place at the programme of work meeting on 11th and 12th January 2012. Tasks are currently listed here but should eventually be moved to Savannah to track their status.Tasks marked as urgent should be completed by the end of March 2012.
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Tracking/Management Tools

Tag Collector
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The tag collector is now an excellent tool for release management and documentation which is beyond its original intended functionality, it should be redesigned in view of its current usage. Support of branching is needed, and integration with the nightlies system.
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The tag collector is now an excellent tool for release management and documentation which is beyond its original intended functionality, it should be redesigned in view of its current usage (task 25633). Support of branching is needed, and integration with the nightlies system.
 
SVN
There are communities looking at git as an alternative to SVN, and a Gaudi git repository is maintained, synchronised with SVN. There is however no compelling argument for moving LHCb software to git, we should concentrate on consolidating our use of SVN. Low level tools for branching are needed, and we need to identify someone for the maintenance of SVN, e.g. to provide pre-commit hooks
Bug and task tracking
PH-SFT is making a feasibility study or migration from Savannah to Jira. We have no compelling need to move to a new, better supported tool, wait and see.
Urgent tasks
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  • Brainstorm (with PAC release managers) and collect requirements for “tag collector” (MCat)
  • Prepare new design for tag collector and related tools (MCat+MCl)
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  • task 25633 Brainstorm (with PAC release managers) and collect requirements for “tag collector” (MCat)
  • task 25633 Prepare new design for tag collector and related tools (MCat+MCl)
 
  • Provide low level tools to support SVN branches (MCl)
  • Identify maintainer for SVN repository (MCat)
 
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