I've seen that you have two branches with the first 23 commits equal, one
starting from the bones merge branch (crosscompile-win) and other from the
0.64.0 release branch (0.64.0-win)
I guess that your intention is to release 0.64.0 for windows as it is
(without the current development code for 0.64.1) to provide a 0.64.0
version for windows users.
That's great. But I wonder if you're going to keep both branches with the
same commits since 0.64.1 is about to be released (once the branches are
merged and the new introduced bugs fixed) and it fixes several issues with
I ask that because I'm doing a simulation of rebasing of the current
branches onto master in order to preview the conflicts between branches so
I would like to test rebasing for croscompile-win that is the one that will
be included in 0.64.1
Also, I guess that you're going to use 0.64.0-win branch to just release
the windows binaries.
So, would you include the newest 0.64.0-win commits into crosscompile-win
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