On Thu, Oct 22, 2020 at 6:56 AM Nathan Hartman <hartman.nathan_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 7:07 AM Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de> wrote:
> > Since May we have accumulated quite a few fixes on the 1.14.x branch
> > and there are still some outstanding backport proposals.
> > I guess it is about time to focus on getting the remaining fixes
> > merged and then begin a release process. Is anyone able to set
> > aside some time for this? I would volunteer as a release manager
> > for this patch release if nobody else wants to do that part.
> > There are some fixes on the javahl-1.14-fixes branch which are not
> > on trunk yet. They seem like good candidates for 1.14.1 so it would
> > be good to get them merged to trunk and then nominated for backport.
> Thank you for bringing this up.
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> List 2: On trunk, possibly interesting for backport nomination:
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List 3: Patches floating around, possibly interesting for commit and backport:
Needed for building / testing with Python 3 on Windows (as noted in
> - py38-windows-add-dll-directory--v2.diff posted by jun66j5 on 2020-05-11 in dev@ thread
> "[PATCH] fix unable to load *.pyd files with Python 3.8.x on Windows"
(or a variation thereof ... I see that several patches were posted in
that thread, I'm not sure anymore which is which :-))
> - Patch remove-uses-of-os-dup2.diff posted by jun66j5 on 2020-05-08 in dev@ thread
> "Problems running testsuite on Windows with Python 3"
(without this one, our python tests refuse to run if you start the
testsuite without --log-to-stdout, unless you set the
PYTHONLEGACYWINDOWSSTDIO envvar -- we can always mention this as a
@Jun: since you're a full committer, can you finally commit these
please (or some variation that you think is good enough)? And nominate
for backport to 1.14.x?
(I'm not an expert myself in that area of build / test scripts, so I
don't feel comfortable committing those myself -- although I have done
a quick review of them, and used them during my building and testing
of 1.14.0, so at least I know they work :-))
Received on 2020-10-23 18:06:29 CEST