[python-committers] If I backport to 3.7, it will not go into 3.7.0, correct?

Ned Deily nad at python.org
Sat Jun 23 14:04:05 EDT 2018

On Jun 23, 2018, at 10:31, Terry Reedy <tjreedy at udel.edu> wrote:
> On 6/23/2018 8:37 AM, Eric V. Smith wrote:
>> I have a few things I want to fix in 3.7.1, but don't need to be 3.7.0. I can backport those to the 3.7 branch now, correct?
> Correct. 'backport 3.7' == backport into 3.7.1.  I have done this several times already.
>> Reading Ned's message I wasn't exactly sure of the timing and don't want to screw things up. I assume he's keeping a private branch for 3.7.0.
> We no longer embargo an x.y branch during the release process, which is much nicer.  If you wanted something in 3.7.0 you would have to mark as release blocker and be very persuasive that he should cherry-pick into the 3.7.0 release branch.

Thanks, Terry, that description is exactly right.

  Ned Deily
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