Release Process Development


  • certifiers need tool to reject and clone patch


  • Speed-up of move-patch script by caching etics repo locally
    • 96%, 600sec before - 20 sec after
    • updated if older than 30min - only when script runs)
  • restructured script check-etics-repository, Thereby fixed bug when packages from 32 and 64 Bit platforms should be taken
  • NEW PPS Twiki Release Page auto-generation
  • NEW Enforce Release Notes from developers in Savannah to be 'standartised' (HowtoFillAPatch)
  • NEW Extraction of Metapackage changes (get-patch-changes) and automatic applying of those to the pps- and prod-lists. In case of certification a cert-glite-* metapackage is created. More Information here : IntegrationProcedure
  • Improved Documentation (IntegrationProcedure)
  • Scripts:
    • Improved error handling
    • Improved code stability
    • Cleaned code, added comments
    • NEW Parameterized scripts to be easily able to do new releases, not only updates
  • NEW added checks to determine inconsistencies between Savannah patch fields "Metapackage changes" and "RPM name(s)"
  • NEW reimplemented create-glite-repository
  • Obsoleted old scripts
  • NEW Moved 32 Bit lists (pps and prod) to slc4_ia_gcc346
  • NEW Created glite-release RSS feed ( )
  • NEW Created RSS notification for updates on Grid Application Area (see IntegrationProcedure#The_Application_Area)
  • NEW move-patch updates Savannah system with Savannah tool to "Ready for Certification"
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