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Re: [TSVN] TortoiseSVN 1.1.2 released

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-12-24 16:04:37 CET

Andrew Boothman wrote:
> I was wondering, however, why Tortoise's releases are so closely tied to
> subversion's releases? Of course you want to release ASAP after a
> subversion release so that you can use the latest svn libraries, but we
> never get releases between subversion releases. Indeed the version
> numbering scheme seems to be fixed to subversion's version numbers - as
> Tortoise is a seperate product, this has always seemed a little strange
> to me. Sometimes when there are significant bugfixes/improvements in
> Tortoise between subversion releases it might make sense to release
> earlier.

That has to do with me being lazy ;)
Seriously: getting out a new release takes a lot of time which I rather
spend programming. So I release as rarely as possible, and that means
only if I _have to_ make a release, I'll do it.
Whenever a new Subversion release is out, that means for me that I have
to make another release too, and that's when I get off my butt and
actually do a release.

I hope I can release more often soon - just received my new laptop which
decreased the time running our build script from 2 hours 20 minutes down
to only 20 minutes. So it won't take so much time anymore to get a
release out.


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Received on Fri Dec 24 16:05:49 2004

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