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Are we approaching a beta release?

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2008 13:33:38 -0500

So, I'm looking at the current list of open 1.5-assigned issues:

> 2897 -- Reflective merges are faulty

UUIC, the jury is still out on this, but is leaning towards post-1.5?

> 2973 -- revert of a changeset rX on a target with merge history from

There are multiple approaches to this, all of which are client-side only.

> 3089 -- don't report mergeinfo capability if repository doesn't supp

This one Karl is active working on, and effects client and server.

> 2986 -- copy-on-update needs to use loggy correctly

This ... just needs code review? But is a nasty, nasty commit to try to
review. I believe I've heard some folks indicate that this feature as a
whole should be punted from 1.5 on the grounds of being only inconsistently
useful -- so what's the latest thinking here?

> 3034 -- Update mergeinfo-filled dump file, and fix any test failures
> 3000 -- revamp web site for 1.5 release

These two are just TASKS, and shouldn't be considered blockers of anything.

So. With this in mind, where do we stand towards a beta release of this
codebase? I'm not talking release candidate necessarily, but are we ready
to put *something* official out there in users' hands? (And on our own
svn.collab.net box?) Are folks wanting instead to hold off for a real RC1?

C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
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