[petsc-dev] [petsc-users] new book introducing PETSc for PDEs

Barry Smith bsmith at petsc.dev
Sat Oct 31 15:52:24 CDT 2020

> On Oct 31, 2020, at 9:35 AM, Jed Brown <jed at jedbrown.org> wrote:
> Barry Smith <bsmith at petsc.dev> writes:
>>   I have no problem updating any of Ed's examples if we need to with each release, so the burdern doesn't fall on him. We simply make a fork of his 
>> repository with a new branch and update that and make a MR to Ed for each release and he can have a new branch or tag of his examples for each new 
>> PETSc release.
>>   Barry
>>  We just make this part of our release process.
> If we add it to CI, the workflow is

I would keep the  fork always petsc/pkg-eds-repo   and have PETSc master always point to the fork. At releases we would have release point directly to eds. 
 This would remove the need to fork constantly I use this model partially for adol-c

  Anything wrong with this model?


> 1. Do work in the PETSc repository
> 2. Fork Ed's repository, create branch, update, and push
> 3. Point PETSc CI to the fork

> 4. Submit PETSc MR, review, and merge
> 5. Submit PR to Ed's repo, review, and merge

> 6. Update PETSc CI to once again point at Ed's "main" branch

More information about the petsc-dev mailing list