On Fri, Mar 04, 2005 at 11:21:13AM -0600, Brian Downing wrote:
> "eh" in #lisp noticed that the sbcl_0_8_19 tag is misplaced, at least on
> the version.lisp-expr file. It's pointing to 0.8.18.36. Since it looks
> like this was the final version before 0.8.19 this is probably only
> cosmetic, and since 0.8.20 is out it's kind of moot, but I thought I'd
> mention it.
That's funny; I use a checklist to remind me, what to do, and the
commit operation comes before the tag operation. But I'm not
particularly mechanical about following the checklist, and I suppose I
could've exchanged the items.
Now that I think of it, it might even be best to exchange the items as
a matter of policy (maybe changing the tag message to something like
"about to be released as sbcl-0.x.y") on the theory that a natural
"let the committing frenzy begin" signal is when the 0.x.y release
number is committed to the version.lisp-expr file.
William Harold Newman <william.newman@...>
"Programming should be fun, programs should be beautiful." -- Paul Graham