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Branching strategy for frequent releases [duplicate]

We have very frequent releases and we use Git for version control. When i am mentioning about frequency, please assume it to include bug-fixes and feature release too. All releases are eventually ...
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When to release a lite version of an iOS app? [closed]

I have created an iPhone application and I have submitted it to Apple and it is currently waiting for review and I have been debating with myself for the past half an hour if I should release a lite ...
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Best practices for cloning bugs

I'm trying to think of a nice and easy way to do this, but I thought I'd run it past some people for a second opinion: Say you've got 8 clients (one project for each customer) and each project ...
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How can I organise a better deployment process? [closed]

I work in a company of about 10 developers. When we start a project, each of the developers involved in the project have their dev environment. Once they complete a task, it is then pushed to phase ...
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Standard practice to publish and source-control a single file? [closed]

I often want to publish some useful standalone script - e.g., a matlab script which converts flac files into wav files. If it were a big project I would immediately place it in Github, however it ...
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How do you plan releases with new features in a development / releases branch model?

We are trying to implement a branch model in Mercurial. We have read the "Successful GIT branching model" and I proposed another, based on branched version numbers. Then I ended accepting the model ...
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Formulate release notes consistently

In my project, I came across understanding that writing release notes is both helpful and necessary. However, it is not required by my management and I keep these files virtually to myself. You could ...
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In which cases build artifacts will be different in different environments

We are working on automation of deployment using Jenkins. We have different environments - DEV, UAT, PROD. In SVN, we are tagging each release and placing same binaries in DEV, UAT, PROD. The ...
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Eclipse: on new projects, which mode: debug or release?

I'm asked to teach my students Eclipse. The lectures are already done; I see that the teacher asks the students to always start a new project in "Release" mode. Is this a good idea? If "yes", or ...
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3rd party plugin licencing, when launching on the google play store

I have created an app using Cordova, that I want to release on the Google play store. My app uses other peoples plugins that have a variety of licences, including Apache licence and MIT. I believe ...
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How to ascertain from the users if performance tuning has had the desired effect [closed]

So you've made some code changes that should hopefully speed up some part of an application. But there is just one problem - you don't know how it will perform in live. Different networks, different ...
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How detailed should public release notes be? [closed]

When releasing a software update, how detailed should the notes be? Specifically, how detailed should bug fixes be?
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Does the method of adjustment matter, or just the final calibration?

A company produces software (and hardware) that is used to both perform automatic adjustments on electronic test equipment as well as perform calibrations of the same equipment. The results of the ...