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What version is git origin/master? Helium or Lithium

asked 2015-07-20 04:44:24 -0700

labry gravatar image


I just git clone And I looked at the git logs. I think the master version is a Helium version making transition to Lithium because I see

git log | grep lithum

Manually cherry-picked from stable/lithium patch
Code is still preserved on stable/lithium branch.
Cherry picked from stable/lithium
This should fix our issue with autorelease-lithium build failing due to

git log | grep helium

Refactored the helium compatibility tests in ShardTest into a new
I also refactored the helium compatibility tests in TransactionProxyTest
Merge topic 'stable/helium'

Am I correct? I just wanted to make sure.

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answered 2015-07-20 04:54:13 -0700

Vishal Thapar gravatar image

It is Lithium+, or Beryllium to be more precise. Cherry pick comments refer to fixes that went into stable/lithium and were then merged to master. If you were to look at complete git log you will see how old those entries with 'helium' are.

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Thank you!

labry ( 2015-07-20 22:17:09 -0700 )edit

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