I've created release/13.x branch. We will wait a few days to make sure
the branch is stable and then 13.0.0-rc1 will be released on Friday.
If you have patches you want to backport to the release/13.x branch
you can email me or file a bug that blocks the release-13.0.0 metabug.
In addition to bug fixes, small features or patches that complete some
larger features may be accepted, just ask before pushing to the branch.
This is the first time this issue concerns me and I didn’t find any guidelines on what to do.
Assuming a crash fixing patch from me is accepted (*), I have committer rights to the upstream project, shall I duplicate the commit on the branch myself, or is it mandatory to have it through you?
(I have already marked the crash’s bug report as a release blocker.)
(*) It’s just been submitted for review, but I believe the review will be quick.
Author: Whisperity <firstname.lastname@example.org>
[clang-tidy] Fix crash on “reference-to-array” parameters in ‘bugprone-easily-swappable-parameters’