Re: [cros-dev] Question about release-R* branch

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Allen Webb

Apr 10, 2023, 9:40:30 AM4/10/23
to BAK Seongbin, ChromiumOS Development
You should probably ignore stabilize branches because they are made
for various reasons and are generally only useful in that context
(like a toolchain upgrade). The release branches are where the device
images come from.

On Sat, Apr 8, 2023 at 5:16 AM BAK Seongbin <> wrote:
> Hi developers. I am looking for a stable branch to buid CROS without error/bug.
> So I found 3 branches.
> release-R110-15278.B
> stabilize-15278.64.B
> stabilize-quickfix-15278.72.B
> Q1) Is stabilize-quickfix-15278.72.B considered the most stable & recommeded to use?
> Q2) stabilize-15278.64.B looks like it can be updated to "stabilize-15278.72.B". But why the stabilize-quickfix-15278.72.B is required?
> Thank you for ur reply in advance!
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