On Sat, Feb 22, 2003 at 11:28:21AM +0000, Christophe Rhodes wrote:
> William Harold Newman <william.newman@...> writes:
> > As usual, I'd like (the main branch of) the CVS tree to be stable for
> > a few days before I put together a release. If y'all are already done
> > with interesting commits for this release, and no interesting gotchas
> > turn up, I'll probably release 0.7.13 on Sunday. Otherwise, it'll
> > probably be about three days after interesting commits stop.
> I'd like to propose the following bugfix patch, which actually comes
> in three parts... what I want to avoid doing is to hold up the
> release, but I don't know if any or all of these pieces count as
> interesting (though I hope not, as they affect only one platform).
The change doesn't seem to be the kind of interesting I was worried
about. (Perhaps I should find a word which has some of the
connotations of "scary".) If we merge this today, I'll probably still
release either tomorrow or Monday without real misgivings.
> Obviously, most critical is the bashism, as this breaks the build
> completely when sh is Solaris sh; the other fixes affect only
> SPARC/SunOS. Comments?
I think it'd be good for it to go in.
William Harold Newman <william.newman@...>
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-- Paul F. Dietz, cmucl-imp 2003-01-27
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