We now have a migration guide which should be the definitive source of information for upgrading from a previous version of OpenSSL. Fixes #15186 Reviewed-by: Nicola Tuveri <firstname.lastname@example.org> Reviewed-by: Tim Hudson <email@example.com> Reviewed-by: Richard Levitte <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Merged from https://github.com/openssl/openssl/pull/15373)
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|README.md||1 year ago|
|fix-title.pl||2 years ago|
|fixup-CHANGES.md-postrelease.pl||1 year ago|
|fixup-CHANGES.md-release.pl||2 years ago|
|fixup-NEWS.md-postrelease.pl||1 year ago|
|fixup-NEWS.md-release.pl||2 years ago|
|openssl-announce-pre-release.tmpl||5 months ago|
|openssl-announce-release.tmpl||5 months ago|
|release-state-fn.sh||2 years ago|
|release-version-fn.sh||1 year ago|
This is the main version and state update logic... you could say that it's the innermost engine for the release mechanism. It tries to be agnostic of versioning schemes, and relies on release-version-fn.sh to supply necessary functions that are specific for versioning schemes.
Supplies functions that are specific to versioning schemes:
get_version() gets the version data from appropriate files.
set_version() writes the version data to appropriate files.
fixup_version() updates the version data, given a first argument that instructs it what update to do.
openssl-announce-pre-release.tmpl and openssl-announce-release.tmpl
Templates for announcements
fixup--release.pl and fixup--postrelease.pl
Fixup scripts for specific files, to be done for the release commit and for the post-release commit.