Daniel Rall wrote:
> On Sat, 20 Jan 2007, Chia-Liang Kao wrote:
>> On 20/01/07, Malcolm Rowe <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> I just noticed that your backport of r22311 to 1.4.3 in r22694 didn't
>>> make use of the backport branch that clkao updated in r22570
>>> (/branches/1.4.x-r22311/) - not too surprising, since it wasn't
>>> mentioned in STATUS.
> And that's not the only difference between r22311 and clkao's branch
> -- r22311 only adds handling for switch and status, while the branch
> also provides support for diff (which is not part of r22311).
>>> Could someone confirm what the effect of the current state on 1.4.3 is?
>>> I suspect that the answer is that the Perl bindings are still in the
>>> same state as they were in 1.4.2, and so we still need a merge of that
>>> final hunk in STATUS for 1.4.4. (Ironically, I think one result of
>>> this change might been that we managed to wrap the _Ruby_ bindings,
>>> something we didn't intend).
>> Actually I found a problem about this yesterday when i was trying a
>> fresh 1.4.x build, and was about to mail the list about the kind-of
> So what now? We have to re-roll the 1.4.3 tarball.
Could someone clarify what this means for 1.4.3?
Do we have an actual *regression*, or just some missing fixes?
Received on Sat Jan 20 12:13:09 2007