Hi pcman,

as promised in the #lubuntu IRC last night I have put WinXP back onto the other laptop. Can you tell me where to get the latest release of the pcman and libfm from? If I need to compile them up, I should be able to that without too many problems (You got me through the last time I did it). the only step I do not know is that of removing the existing versions so that the system uses only the new ones (If you recall, I did manage to have two instances of pcmanfm running at once). I've got a 'clean' lubuntu partition installed, would you prefer that i pull in the "proposed" updates from the main ubuntu library (those that are queuing for 10.04.1) or leave it as 'pure' lubuntu 10.04 installation?



On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 11:39 AM, PCMan <pcman.tw@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi list,
The new file manager is now entering RC1.
Most of the bugs in pcmanfm bug tracker are cleared and the stability
is generally good.
As we are now in feature-freeze, no new features are added and this is
a bug fix release.
Please get it heavily tested.

Current plan is to make 2 ~ 3 RC release before the final stable release.
I'll make RC release when I fix most of the solvable problems.
However, I won't decide when to release final stable version myself this time.
I leave the decision regarding to when to make a 1.0 stable release to
our package maintainers for ArchLinux, Debian, Fedora, SuSE, and
Ubuntu and our translation coordinator.
If all of them agree that the file manager is stable enough and there
should be a 1.0 stable release, we'll make one.
This should ensure enough quality assurance for this major component of LXDE.

Thank you all

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