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From: Joel Uckelman <uckelman@no...> - 2007-12-18 09:44:22
Thus spake "Rodney Kinney":
> > Here's a link to the first of what I'd like to call our "development"
> > series of builds, indicated by SVN version number:
> > In this build, you'll find implementations of:
> > * RFE #1637163: make VASSAL faster, more responsive
> > * RFE #1566177: Implement JAI tiled images to reduce memory usage
> > * RFE #1565958: Zooming to larger than 100%
> I take it these were built from your dev branch, then?
Yes. This build is from uckelman-caching@... The "convention" (if you
can call it that, after only one use) I've adopted is for the revision
number to determine which branch the build came from, since to date we
have only ever modified one branch at a time. I.e., 2708 modifies the
uckelman-caching branch, so the svn2708 build is from that branch.
I'm not sure that's the way I want to do it in the future, but that's
how I did it this time.
From: Joel Uckelman <uckelman@no...> - 2007-12-18 13:14:39
Thus spake "Michael Kiefte":
> Great news!
> Joel, I've been following your patches with great interest. Looks
> like a lot of work.
> I've been down for the count due to work, but I'll get back at it over
> the holidays.
You'll want this newer build instead, though:
Brent found a problem with the original one.