I have set up new builds for WTP 3.2.1
and WTP 3.3.0.
WTP 3.3.0 is represented by the HEAD
of the map files, and
WTP 3.2.1 has branched map files, as
I looked for our previous write-up of
how/when to actual branch your code ...
in contrast to the maps which always
have to be branched for maintenance ...
but, I could not find it on our wiki.
Let us know if any of you know where it is.
In brief, while you are doing ONLY maintenance
(so maintenance and "next major release"
are the same code) you can develop in
only HEAD, but just be sure to release to the branched map files.
You can often "compare" or
merge branched map files with HEAD, so they have the exact same version
in both map files ... there is not really
a need to "release" twice.
And then ... once maintenance and "next
major release" code streams start to differ, we have agreed in the
past that code in the same map file,
should all be branched together, at the same time, and comments in the
map file updated.
This makes it easier for others to "load
up" an environment for what ever stream they are working on,
where as if done bundle by bundle, no
one can easily figure that out what's what.
[suggestions are welcome ... especially
if you write it up on our wiki :)
Let us know if any issues or errors
in the branching or build results.