On Sun, 21 Jan 2007, Lieven Govaerts wrote:
> Max Bowsher wrote:
> > We seem to have lost momentum on 1.4.3.
> > Could someone with the appropriate expertise please render a definitive
> > verdict on whether we can release 1.4.3 as soon as it gets a final Win32
> > vote, or whether we need to abort the release?
> > I.e. - is the botched perl merge a regression, or merely an incomplete fix?
> Basically I'm waiting on an answer to this question to run the windows
There's no regression to the Perl bindings, only an incomplete
addition of functionality. Whether the incomplete changes causes a
problem to the Ruby bindings, I don't know for certain. I do know
that all the tests pass, but as we saw with the Perl bindings, this
may not be a sufficient measuring stick.
Kou (or someone else familiar with the Ruby bindings), can you take a
look at the state of the Ruby bindings in the 1.4.3 tarball, and give
us a thumbs up or down?
Received on Mon Jan 22 21:40:51 2007
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