>>> David Ponce <david@...> seems to think that:
>I saw on SF.NET that you released Semantic 1.4, but didn't see any
>announcement. Have you posted one?
Yes, I posted on cedet-devel asking for some testing before posting
to gnu.emacs.sources. I also asked for testing from ecb-devel. In
fact I've posted several messages to which no one has responded
recently. I'll have to go check the archives.
>Anyway, it is a great news to finally get 1.4 released :-)
>Just a thought: did you put a release tag on CVS? I think this could
>be useful. Thus, we could check our work on version 2 in, without
>loosing the possibility to fix issues on the release branch. The
>trunk would be the current development version.
I tried creating a `snapshot', but it returned errors and I haven't
had time to figure out why. I may have to go tag it by hand.
>More generally I think that we should tag all releases ;-)
>What do you think?
I agree. In the past, I've been keeping the old tar files around,
but that is becoming a pain.
>Also I would like to check-in the parser API code I recently sent to
>you. To keep the current state, before doing anything else!
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That seems reasonable. I should be able to tag what is in my area
based on those version numbers.
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