On Mon, Nov 22, 2004 at 09:59:56AM +0100, Joerg Lehmann wrote:
> On 19.11.04, Graham Wilson wrote:
> > Assuming one and half years between Debian releases, which version of
> > PyX do you think should be the one in Debian stable, 0.6.3, or 0.7?
> That's not so easy to answer. PyX 0.6.3 certainly got more testing
> compared to the new version. On the other hand, PyX 0.7 has been
> released for more than one month now and no major bugs have shown up.
> And since the syntax of one important component -- the graph system --
> has changed in a non-backward compatible way, I would tend to prefer
> having the 0.7 version included in Debian.
Alright. I've uploaded 0.7 to unstable, and, barring any release
critical bugs filed on the package, it should move into testing (where
it needs to be to make it into stable) in 10 days. Progress can be
tracked here .
> > Thanks for going through and applying these. I appreciate it. The only
> > other thing I noticed was that julia.py example file was missing, but
> > that seems to be fixed now.
> The julia.py file was added after the 0.7 release and thus currently is
> only present in CVS.
Alright, I see what happened now. I originally downloaded the INDEX
files from CVS, since they were missing in the tarball. Thanks for
clearing it up.