Follow-up to https://issues.guix.gnu.org/56706„gnu: Tryton application
and framework: Update to 6.2.x.“.
Am 23.07.22 um 18:11 schrieb Vinicius Monego:
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>> I'd suggest keeping Tryton at 6.0 to retain compatibility with GNU
>> Health, which tracks only the LTS versions of Tryton (minor versions
> To clarify a little further, GNU Health  (to keep it short, it is a
> set of health-related tryton modules) is not yet packaged in Guix. I
> did attempt to package it but got stuck in test errors in the check
In general Guix is a rolling release distribution. Thus IMHO tryton
should be updated.
Anyhow I understand that we need a LTS variant for GNU Health and other
conservative users. We could create a „tryton-lts.scm“ which holds the
LTS versions, inherited from the current release. Creating such a file
is expected be to not much of a problem.
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> The Tryton release process is explained in . Normal releases have
> one year of support, while LTS releases have 5 years. Tryton has a huge
> package ecosystem and is mostly used in enterprise where LTS is more
> important. Tracking non-LTS releases would mean huge and breaking
> upgrades at least every year. Also 6.2 will be EOL in 3 months .
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