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Magento-LTS

An archive of Magento + Community driven bug fixes

Magento - Long Term Support

The base for this project is the OpenMage - Magento Mirror, which is a direct mirror of Magento(1) Releases

The OpenMage-LTS repository aims to be a dependably patched archive of the Magento CE core releases. These sources should stay as compatible to the sources released by Magento as possible. pull requests with unofficial bug fixes and security patches from the community are definitely encouraged. It's our goal to apply patches available from Magento as quickly as possible, but these do not always cover all known issues.

Though Magento does not follow Semantic Versioning we aim to provide a workable system for dependancy definition. A release version might look something like "1.9.1.0", but there may have been some functionality added since the "1.9.0.0" release. There might also have been some patches released with no update to the currently available sources or version number.

Because of this, we must define a slightly different system to define each decimal place.

#MageVer

1 - UBER VERSION
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9 - Magento Major Version
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1 - Magento Minor Version
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0 - ? (maybe some patches)

Each Magento Minor Version release will get its own branch that will be independently maintained with patches and backported bug fixes.

Installation

more dedicated site on How to install: Install

This allows you to define your version dependencies safely in composer.json:

"openmage/magento-lts": "1.9.1.*"

Running $ composer.phar update will install the latest 1.9.1.* core sources under the htdocs directory. This means that any time there are new patches available from Magento, and they've been imported into magento-lts, all you have to do to patch your sources is run $ composer.phar update again. If your build process already includes this step, then all you need to do is build and deploy, and you're patched!

Why (Yet Another) Magento Fork?

This is only technically a fork. We are still aiming to run in parallel with the official Magento sources. Any time there's a new release version, we'll create a new branch. Any time there's a patch, we'll apply it. The only difference is we're accepting bug fixes from the community. This allows us to work off of stable sources without having to wait for official patches from Magento. This also means that if you're running an older version of Magento, you'll still get all patches that apply to your version.

License

OSL v3.0

Maintainers

TODO