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[TSVN] Re: Re: Re: Severe performance degradation observed

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-12-14 10:16:03 CET

Will Dean wrote:
> Because of the TSVN release policy, people then just have to tolerate
> the TSVN regression until there's another SVN release, which can be
> months. c.f. Right-click menu, which is currently missing in official
> release TSVN and won't be back until SVN makes another release.
> I don't support any of the calls for much more frequent 'official
> releases', but I do think that where big regression clangers are
> dropped on a release, it would be a good idea to do an interim
> version which fixes them.

I would support having a release candidate for soak testing for maybe 1
or 2 weeks after the SVN release. It might mean branching for that
period, but SVN releases are relatively infrequent. I don't see that we
need to release a new official version within a couple of days of a
subversion release.


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