I will probably release Subclipse 0.9.103 tomorrow (January 10) and I plan
on calling it the Release Candidate 1 for Subclipse 1.0. Do any of the
committers have any objections to this?
This release will go to both update sites so that everyone gets it.
I figure we will play it by ear as to when we release the official 1.0.
Hopefully it will be in 3-4 weeks but it will depend on the types of bugs
and issues that come in.
I will likely create a 1.0.x branch in the repository soon as well. We
can manage this similar to the way that Subversion manages releases. All
development will continue on trunk and we can selectively merge
high-priority bug fixes to the 1.0.x branch.
I know a lot of the committers would like to see us remove support for
Eclipse 3.0 in trunk. I think we can talk about that once 1.0 is GA. If
we do decide to drop support for 3.0, I would like to at least see us be
conservative as to how much we rip up the code on trunk so that it is
still relatively easy to backport specific changes to the 1.0.x branch for
the foreseeable future.
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Received on Tue Jan 10 07:53:20 2006