[bt-devel] about the alpha release...
mg.pub at gmx.net
Sun Oct 21 09:45:21 MST 2007
Do you think that we need a binary package? AFAICT alpha, beta and even rc
releases come as tar.gz packages which you need to compile and test yourself.
Only the final release is packaged as a binary version. If there are problems
with the package, the packager can rebuild it. We need to focus on the code
I need to regain an overview over our status with the porting work after we
finished the KDE3 stuff. I agree that we can perhaps make a first alpha
release very soon.
Am Freitag, 12. Oktober 2007 schrieb Eeli Kaikkonen:
> Jeremy told that data migration is ready. It would be nice to fix all
> known crashes before the release but this is only alpha after all. Who
> can build a binary package which can be installed without development
> tools? That is the next and final step.
> I have been working with the keychooser code. Fixing one bug revealed
> another and after some struggling I decided to write my own
> implementation of the history feature. It is not strictly necessary but
> I got tired with trying to figure out the enigmatic code written by
> others (or the bugs introduced by the KDE/Qt3/4 differences). I'll
> commit my version when it is ready if I feel it's simpler
> and more robust than the current one.
> This weekend we have an Alpha course "weekend away"
> (http://alpha.org/home) and I won't be at my computer.
> Eeli Kaikkonen (Mr.), Oulu, Finland
> e-mail: eekaikko at mailx.studentx.oulux.fix (with no x)
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