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Tag All ReposDJC(tick)At least tag the test system; consider branching also if the burden on the repo is low.  (In SVN, tagging makes a branch, so tagging already creates a branch.)
Bundle source code
DJC* (tick)
  1. Export the trunk code from svn that is used for the release build when that build is started
  2. Wait for a go/nogo call from testing on the build
  3. Archive the following folder trees into a zip file: src, plugins, build
Bundle data
DJC* (tick)
  1. Use the same export as used for the source bundle
  2. Wait for a go/nogo call from testing on the build
  3. Archive the following folder tree into a zip file: application/data
Upload source bundle to SourceForgeSPH (tick)
  1. Move the zip file to SF
  2. Mark as "staged"
  3. Download the upload and check it
Upload data bundle to SourceForgeSPH  (tick)
  1. Move the zip file to SF
  2. Mark as "staged"
  3. Download the upload and check it
Upload Windows installer to SourceForgeSPH Download, install, and run after uploading.
Upload Windows zip to SourceForgeSPH Download and run after uploading.
Post README.rst.txt on SourceForgeSPH Update for new release
Upload docs to documentation siteSPH (tick)
  1. Upload using SSH to http://gmat.sourceforge.net/docs/
  2. Update HTML with new section
  3. Move "latest" pointer to new folder

SEE NOTES IN SECTION BELOW

Fixed "latest download" to point to new exe.SPH See instructions here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6777327/how-to-manually-set-the-default-download-file-in-a-sourceforge-project
Post internal & public release files to MESA networkSPH  
Upload source to Git repo  

Upload src

Change new branch to be active branch (what is checked out by default)

Make SourceForge repository backupSPH 

Follow SourceForge's instructions.

Perform the backup on the Linode server and download the resultant .zip file, since the local network blocks rsync.

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