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RE: 0.32, the "1.0" milestone, and the 1.0 release.

From: Barry Scott <barry_at_barrys-emacs.org>
Date: 2003-10-08 00:06:07 CEST


I'm not sure what point you are making. As I said I'm not trying to change
the release criteria. Of course a scripting API is useless on an unstable
svn... And I agree about needing a "1.0" release and the support that it
implies, tested upgrade procedures to 1.1, 3rd party and open source add


At 06-10-2003 20:32, Wadsworth, Eric \(Contractor\) wrote:
> > There is one issue 1451. Is it still you're intention to ship 1.0
> > without a scripting API that works? In my world this is a gating
> > factor for adoption of subversion. I'm not trying to change your
> > mind on release criteria, I just want to know when this will be
> > important enough to make work. Then I can plan what I do accordingly.
>While a scripting API may be a gating factor in your world, in my world it
>makes no difference whatsoever. We just want stable core functionality,
>ASAWCGI (As Soon As We Can Get It). And a "1.0" label to satisfy the
>management types.
>--- Eric
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