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Re: the 0.24 release?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-11 22:01:15 CEST

Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org> writes:

> The 0.24 release is scheduled for tomorrow. While we didn't happen to knock
> out the items scheduled in IZ for the release, it still seems very important
> to *have* one because of all the work that has gone into it. Ben points out
> that we actually forked for the 0.23 release about six weeks ago.

I wanted to point out that there's been a whole lot of great
development, even if most of the 0.24 "scheduled" issues are still

   - lots of (incompatible) improvements to svnserve's protocol
   - a whole new path-based authorization module for apache
   - a new svn_repos_replay() routine, which makes dumping and svnlook faster
   - 'svn switch --relocate'
   - buncha bugfixes too

I agree with gstein, that we should merge cmpilato's big fs-schema
changes *after* the 0.24 release, to let them "settle in" for a bit
with developers, rather than unleashing them on users immediately.

But I wonder if it makes sense to let kfogel finish his branch/tag
support in cvs2svn.py? He's been working hard on that, and seems to
be a day or two away from finishing. Is it worth delaying the 0.24 on
that task? It would be another huge feather in the 0.24 cap.

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