On 11.05.2010 20:22, Tobias Schaefer wrote:
> On 11.05.2010 19:42, Stefan Küng wrote:
>> Sometime this or maybe next week, the svn library will get rid of the
>> double property handling. That means the speed of the new wc format will
>> finally be so that we can use it.
>> So I'll soon switch the TSVN trunk to link against the svn trunk so I
>> can start implementing the new features. Once that's done, we can't make
>> a TSVN release without waiting for the svn release.
> You surely mean "can make" ;-)
> If we link to the svn trunk we will not have a stable Subversion basis
> for a while and will IMHO not be able to release stable TortoiseSVN builds.
> Why not release the current TSVN-trunk based on the current 1.6.x branch
> now (after a short beta)? However, the question is if this will be
> called 1.6.10, 1.7.0, 2.0, or 2010-05 (see prevision discussions).
Sure, we could do that. But as you know, the previous discussion
couldn't come to an agreement about what to call such a release.
Every one of the suggestions has at least one big drawback, so basically
what we do now seems to be the best solution.
> Immediately after that TSVN-trunk may be switched to SVN-trunk.
> Don't get me wrong. I'm always working with nightly builds from
> TSVN-trunk and am quite comfortable with that, but releasing based on
> Subversion trunk seems a bit risky to me.
We linked our trunk against the svn trunk before without any problems.
Of course not for the releases but for the nightly builds. And that's
what we will do again.
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Received on 2010-05-11 21:22:33 CEST