0.61 release iminent
John (J5) Palmieri
johnp at redhat.com
Thu Feb 16 10:04:38 PST 2006
I'm going to get to the release on Sunday. We can do another point
release with the Qt4 bug fixes.
On Thu, 2006-02-16 at 15:11 +0100, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Robert McQueen wrote:
> >I've now emptied my queue of bugfixes and feature patches at the moment,
> >so with my low-level, glib and python hats on, I think we're good to
> >release. If any other binding maintainers/hackers have got patches
> >pending they'd like included (particularly Thiago, do you want to land
> >your Qt4 merge?), speak soon. I think we'd all like to see all of the
> >bug-fixes out in the wild ASAP.
> The code is in CVS, on the main branch. I've also updated the configure
> scripts and added some of my own selftests to the testing directory. This
> has bumped up the required version of Qt to 4.1.0 and it links to QtXml
> The functionality that was present before is preserved and the new
> functionality is 95% complete, but it's not release-quality. There's a
> lot of documentation missing and we're still missing one major
> functionality and two tools to create C++ interfaces from the XML
> description (even though the parser is already in the library itself).
> I also haven't written a ChangeLog entry.
> So, I'm not sure what to say. I've got many a bugfix in and I've enhanced
> the type-marshalling code, so people will benefit from the new version.
> But, as I said, it's still a few weeks away from release quality.
> PS: for documentation, I need a different Doxygen module. The
> documentation generated by Doxygen makes no sense unless we turn off
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