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This template records what is considered to be the 'current' Fedora [[QA:SOP_compose_request|test compose or release candidate]]. It is updated automatically by [https://www.happyassassin.net/wikitcms/ relval] when the {{command|compose}} sub-command is used with the {{command|--current}} option. It can be edited by hand so long as the format is kept (the content that is transcluded should be a simple text string of the format 'releaseversion milestone compose', e.g. '21 Beta RC3').
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This template records what is considered to be the 'current' Fedora [[QA:SOP_compose_request|test compose or release candidate]]. It is updated automatically by [https://www.happyassassin.net/wikitcms/ relval] when the {{command|compose}} sub-command is used with the {{command|--current}} option. It can be edited by hand so long as the slightly complex format is kept.
  
It can be used in various ways; {{command|relval report-results}} uses it to guess the compose for which the user most likely wants to report results, and the [[Template:Release validation instructions|validation testing instruction template]] uses it to display a note on result pages that are not for the current compose, warning that they are not for the current compose and linking to it.
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It can be used in various ways; {{command|relval report-results}} uses it to guess the compose for which the user most likely wants to report results, and the [[Template:Release validation instructions|validation testing instruction template]] uses it to display a note on result pages that are not for the current compose, warning that they are not for the current compose and linking to it, for example.

Revision as of 00:24, 16 December 2014

This template records what is considered to be the 'current' Fedora test compose or release candidate. It is updated automatically by relval when the compose sub-command is used with the --current option. It can be edited by hand so long as the slightly complex format is kept.

It can be used in various ways; relval report-results uses it to guess the compose for which the user most likely wants to report results, and the validation testing instruction template uses it to display a note on result pages that are not for the current compose, warning that they are not for the current compose and linking to it, for example.