Changes between Version 55 and Version 56 of DjangoBranches


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11/30/2013 04:42:48 AM (20 months ago)
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    3 Development of major new features for Django tends to take place in ''branches'' — copies of the main codebase focused on a particular feature.  Using branches makes it easier to experiment with such sweeping changes without possibly breaking ''master'' — the main line of development.[[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image([[Image(www.baidu.com)]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]])]]
     3Development of major new features for Django tends to take place in ''branches'' — copies of the main codebase focused on a particular feature.  Using branches makes it easier to experiment with such sweeping changes without possibly breaking ''master'' — the main line of development.
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    55Branches may not be stable, but they offer a chance to test out bleeding-edge code before it hits the mainline.  Give them a try, and remember to send feedback to the branch maintainers!
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