I noticed that the LLVM 3.5 release branch landed recently.
I have a few patches (these are all part of my recent work to fix up
the CMake interface) that I'd like in both LLVM3.5 release branch and
trunk that I'd like to commit
Is there any policy on how should do this be done, or can I just
commit the patch to both trunk and then the release branch with
identical commit messages? Or should these be the same commit (I think
SVN lets you do this...)
I'm also currently using git-svn to push to trunk by following .
There isn't any advise there about working with the release branches.
I have never pushed to a svn branch from git-svn before I'd like to
not screw this up.
- Just use svn for committing to the release branch
- Create a new git repository on my local machine and set it up in 
but use the release URL instead of trunk
- Do some kind of magic so I can continue to use existing LLVM git
repository and be able to push either trunk or the release branch
- Something else...