I just did a final quick tidy-up and tagged the HEAD revisions as
I hope we'll have a release on SourceForge very soon.
Robert May wrote:
> OK, I've not had a chance to keep up with your tests this week, and
> trying to catch up now find myself mightily confused. Some of the
> patches seem to be against the source that I called 1.01_03, some seem
> to be incremental (probably on the previous set of patches?). To add
> to my confusion, my local source has changes beyond the 1.01_03 source
> that you have.
> As far as I did get I was failing one test, but I can't tell if that's
> because I didn't apply your patches correctly. However, what you are
> doing is great, and I want to encourage you to continue, but I am not
> going to get the time in the next couple of weeks to do much more
> than just keep up with the mail on this list.
> I do want to get a V1.02 release out though. Here's what I propose:
> (1) I've put a copy of the current CVS HEAD up at
> http://www.robmay.me.uk/win32gui/. It's identified as 1.01_04. Reini,
> I'd very much appreciate it if you can confirm whether this code still
> compiles for you under both your Cygwin and MSVC environments. The
> other MSVC6 users on the list appear to have no issues.
> (2) Everyone, a quick show of hands as to who would be happy for the
> current CVS HEAD to be used for the 1.02 release. Assuming we have no
> negative feedback by the end of the week (when I am next in front of
> my computer), then I will update the version to 1.02, tag the current
> HEAD as release 1.02.
> (3) Glenn L (I hope I got the right Glenn) - you offered to do the
> build under MSVC6 for both Perl 5.6 and 5.8. Are you still happy to
> do this? If you are, then I will mail you once I have done (2). If
> you can then let me have the PPMs, Aldo has given me access to the
> sourceforge file release system and I'll see if I can drive it and get
> the files up for everyone to use. Suggestions as to where
> announcements should be made welcome - is there a 'usual' set of
> places used by Aldo, Laurent et al.?
> (4) Once I have a bit more time, I'll work with Reini to get the test
> suite updated. I'm sure that doing this will turn up more issues than
> those already found by Reini, and that should drive a following release.
> Reini, I hope that leaving your tests out of this release is OK with
> you, but I simply don't have time to deal with it now, and I had set
> expectations of a release this week.. (If anyone else has time, and
> we can get some confidence that the tests pass in the various
> different environments by the end of the week, then I'd be happy to
> take them.) I do agree with Jez, that going forward, if you would
> like to contribute the easiest way for everyone would be for you to
> mail Aldo and get your own CVS access. At a minimum I think that you
> should get yourself anonymous CVS access so that you can keep a local
> source tree synchronised with the changes others are making - I can
> provide help with this if you need it.
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