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Re: sequence_type and backward compatibilityby
Pedro M. Baeza
All 8.0 modules are automatically deprecated until it's proved that all works with new version. This can be done via automated tests (another reason to have them), or manual checks.
For OCA modules, this is the procedure we have created: https://github.com/OCA/maintainer-tools/wiki/Migration-to-version-9.0
2015-10-07 13:57 GMT+02:00 Fabien MORIN <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
On Wednesday 07 October 2015 11:02:05 Antony Lesuisse wrote: > If you really want to have the same file for both a #ifdef would work > if openerp.release.version_info >= 9: > #define your stuff thank you for the tip. But this is not working for xml files (which are my case). > However i would strongly recommend that you use 2 branches instead. Ok, I didn't know the politic before, now I know and I will do this way. Does that mean that once a new release is out, the "old" modules from the previous release are abandoned ? or does the improvements/bug fixes done on the new branch are merged with old one ? -- Fabien MORIN TeMPO Consulting 20, avenue de la Paix 67000 Strasbourg France http://www.tempo-consulting.fr Tel : +33 3 88 56 82 17 Fax : +33 9 70 63 35 46