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RE: [TSVN] Releasing

From: Amir Kolsky <amir_at_xpandsoft.com>
Date: 2004-11-09 11:07:22 CET

Well... There are always new tweaks added to the nightly builds so
theoretically one could reinstall TSVN every day. However, there's some
comfort in using a 'release' version. Definitely this means that more people
will be using the more advanced versions, with the possibility of finding
new bugs or insights.

What's I'd recommend is a bi-monthly release schedule. Every two weeks take
the nightly build, give it a very low version number (1.1.1.x) and call it
the official tortoise release... This will also make listing the content of
new releases easier and shorter. Naturally, whenever SVN changes we'll have
a new release too, but this, unfortunately, does not happen often enough...

 Amir Kolsky
XP& Software
 

>-----Original Message-----
>From: L?bbe Onken [mailto:l.onken@rac.de]
>Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2004 9:48 AM
>To: 'dev@tortoisesvn.tigris.org'
>Subject: RE: [TSVN] Releasing
>
>Hi Amir,
>
>As a general rule, official TSVN releases follow official
>subversion releases. There may be releases in between if a
>severe bug or lots of new features warrant a release. So
>expect a new TSVN release when svn 1.1.2 or 1.2.0 comes out.
>Perhaps sooner :-)
>
>You can always use the nightly builds from
>http://mapcar.org/tsvn-snapshots/ if you are particularly
>interested in a something
>
>Cheers
>- Lübbe
>
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