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Setting a date for 1.3 RC tarball.

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-10-06 22:43:09 CEST

Let's set a date for the first 1.3.0 release candidate tarball. How
about Wednesday, October 12th? Ben Reser, does that work for you?

Details, and possible items for discussion:

The 1.3.x/STATUS file looks pretty good. Most of what's in there is
bugfixes, and I think we'll be able to ensure that the important ones
get enough review & votes by Wedesday to go in. No problems there.

On http://subversion.tigris.org/svn_1.3_releasenotes.html there are
still a few pending items. Some of them might be done now, others I'm
pretty sure are not. Here are the relevant items:

  - Is the Python bindings Trac test crash on Windows, solved? I
    think not; at least, the last message in the thread is
    http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2005-09/1047.shtml, and it's a
    disgruntled statement from Brane: "Ah. Well. Yes, the trac tests
    crash again.. :("

  - We haven't upgraded server-side Python scripts to use the new
    automatic memory management API. On the one hand, this doesn't
    need to block 1.3 -- it's a nice-to-have, not a must-have. On the
    other hand, David James *already* wrote the patch to do it:


    I think we should apply it to trunk, and port the change to 1.3.x,
    if for no other reason than that this is exactly what release
    candidates are for. It's the best way to get the new bindings the
    testing they need. Thoughts?

Aside from the above, is there anything else we need on the 1.3.x
line? Are there any trunk changes that are crucial but which haven't
been nominated in 1.3.x/STATUS yet? (I'm behind on commit review, so
please speak up if you know of something.)

I've got a few other questions about 1.3, but they aren't things that
would block a release candidate, so I'll ask them in separate mails.


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