On Mon, 19 Jun 2006, Mark Phippard wrote:
> "Martin Letenay" <email@example.com> wrote on 06/19/2006 07:06:14 AM:
> > I feel it's time to get the svnAnt out of the door.
> > In past days I've fixed remaining deviations in cmdLineAdapter
> > implementation and all svnAnt's unit test are passing now both with
> > and cmdLine.
> > There are no open bugs reported for it neither and the RC1 is in public
> > quite a long time without actual activity there.
> > Besides, vast majority of work done in recent months on svnAnt was
> > to trunk (1.1 line), so there's probably no reason to wait with 1.0.0 GA
> > anymore.
> > What's your opinion ?
> I have never used svnAnt, but it sounds good to me. I have not seen any
> posts about bugs, and a lot of people have had problems with the RC1
> requiring SVN 1.2. So I think it would be a good time for a GA release.
Martin, last I checked, I was getting some command-line adapter test
failures with Subversion 1.4.x and trunk (on Linux) caused by changes
to the output of the 'svn' binary. These failures seem to be gone
with the latest svnant trunk (supplanted by a different test failures
which I'll summarize in another email).
+1 on release -- shall I tag it and bag it?
Received on Wed Jul 19 01:28:59 2006
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