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Neon 0.24.x Support

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-09-12 00:18:15 CEST

So, today seems to be the day of Neon 0.24.x problems. I started
today trying to track down problems that I introduced last week that
only show up with 0.24.x, and I finished it helping to fix build
problems with the redirect stuff that only show up with 0.24.x.
Unfortunately, there's still a problem with the redirect change that
keeps things from working at all in 0.24.x land, and all this stuff is
really making me wonder.

At what point do we generally stop supporting a Neon release? 0.24.7,
the last version from the 0.24.x line that we support, came out on
July 5th 2004. Neon 0.25 was released in April 2005. There's
already a 0.26 out there. Should we just call it a day and start
pulling the 0.24 stuff out? It would certainly simplify life in
ra_dav land.

I mean how many people are actually still developing with 0.24? Now
that Paul updated his win32 build to 0.25 I'd be surprised if there
was anyone who was using it unless they were actively testing 0.24
compatibility stuff. Did anyone even test it for the 1.4.0 release?
Personally, I think its time has come and gone, and it's time to give
it the boot.



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