Marc Sherman <email@example.com> wrote on 11/26/2005 12:49:24 PM:
> > Completely different. Those people took release candidates that were
> > officially released and packaged them in a distro. That is obviously
> > correct. I am waiting for an official release candidate and as I said
> > will not be an automatic update.
> Karl's last post to that thread made it pretty clear that he doesn't
> want any RCs distributed through packaging systems, regardless of
> whether or not it's a signed official RC. However, making the next
> release only available through a separate update site (perhaps with
> "13rc" in the URL?) should be adequate for Subclipse.
As long as we wait for offical releases of the tarballs, I do not think it
applies to us. There would be no way for us to really shake out JavaHL
without having a release. As it is, I have found a number of show
stoppers before 1.2 and 1.3 by getting us up to date quickly.
I do not plan on putting anything special in the URL as I intend for it to
become the new URL. I am only going to announce the release on the
mailing list so that only people that are aware of the details will be
able to find the install. Once 1.3 is official, I will update the old URL
so that people on auto updates see the new release. Subsequent updates
will come from the new URL automatically.
TortoiseSVN has been putting out nightly releases since before the first
RC1 was made.
Also, Subclipse is not even 1.0, so there is a certain aspect of
"beta-ness" to all of our releases.
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Received on Sun Nov 27 06:02:29 2005