#179 new release please


I request that a new release be generated. The reason for the request is to let people know that the project is active and being developed. On http://nant.sourceforge.net/ it says "NAnt 0.86 Beta 1 Release December 8, 2007", so it's been awhile since the last release. A new release would encourage people to use NAnt over MSBuild.


  • nikitok

    nikitok - 2009-09-21

    Make new release, pleas!!!

  • Duncan Gunn

    Duncan Gunn - 2009-10-05

    A new release would show that there is continued development of this project, and I'd like to add my vote for this.

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    Anonymous - 2010-01-09

    I am also interested in a new release. What is preventing this from happening? It's been a few years since the last release. Everyone, please vote to raise the priority of this issue for the benefit of the whole community.

  • Ron Vander Wal

    Ron Vander Wal - 2010-02-03
    • priority: 5 --> 9
  • Charles Chan

    Charles Chan - 2010-02-03

    Hello, my name is Charles Chan. As you can see from my comment on 2010-01-09 02:46, I am agree. Therefore I have requested to become a developer on the NAnt team. I have recently got access now and in the process of arranging for a hosted CI provider. Once that get's going I am going to try to make a build and then eventually a release.

    Would you be able to offer any help?

  • Charles Chan

    Charles Chan - 2010-02-07

    Duplicate of feature request 2797716.

  • Charles Chan

    Charles Chan - 2010-02-07
    • assigned_to: nobody --> cchan_qa
  • Charles Chan

    Charles Chan - 2010-04-08

    NAnt has been restarted again. We have a 0.90-alpha1 release and will reach a final release soon.

  • Charles Chan

    Charles Chan - 2010-04-08
    • status: open --> open-fixed
  • Charles Chan

    Charles Chan - 2010-04-08
    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed

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