From: Chris Cannam <cannam@al...> - 2004-07-28 16:31:37
As I've said a few times, I'm planning a release for this Friday.
It will almost certainly go ahead whatever the state of the bug and
RFE trackers, so long as there are no actual showstoppers. So what I
want to know is, are there any actual showstoppers?
Please give the current CVS a bit of a thrash and report anything
REALLY BAD directly to this list (merely PRETTY BAD things should go
to the trackers as usual). By REALLY BAD I mean crashes on startup,
crashes on opening windows, things that used to work until I broke
them a couple of days ago, etc. Anything important enough that we'd
have to do another release in a week's time to fix it, or anything
that would make this release less useful than 0.9.8.
Oh, and can you also let me know if you see any features that appear
to be in the GUI but that don't appear to do anything. For example,
I just removed the audio fade in/out feature from the segment
parameter box, because it was too much of a job to complete it for
the release. (The other feature introduced to the GUI at the same
time -- plugin copy/paste/default buttons -- should now be working.)
From: Richard Bown <richard.bown@fe...> - 2004-07-28 19:54:54
On Wednesday 28 July 2004 18:02, Chris Cannam wrote:
> As I've said a few times, I'm planning a release for this Friday.
My main problem recently is that with limited time I've had enough
problems just keeping up with _building_ CVS let alone doing any
development or testing or anything. Personally I'll be glad when we
can get this release out and everyone justs stop checking anything in
Can I suggest we do the release (tag everything obviously) and then
take at least a week, maybe two, when we don't check anything in at
all but just log stuff? Be nice to actually turn off developer CVS but
I'm sure that isn't an easy option.
> The other feature introduced to the GUI at the same
> time -- plugin copy/paste/default buttons -- should now be working.
Who-hoo! I must remember to not finish off more features in future.
Oh I did already.
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