[pulseaudio-discuss] Pulseaudio version
gmane at colin.guthr.ie
Wed Nov 10 09:30:33 PST 2010
'Twas brillig, and Colin Guthrie at 10/11/10 17:26 did gyre and gimble:
> [In the future please start a new message rather than replying and
> changing the subject as it messes up threading]
> 'Twas brillig, and Pichon, SylvainX at 10/11/10 10:16 did gyre and gimble:
>> I know this topic was already discussed but I 'd like to know if are
>> there some updates.
>> 0.9.21 branches seems to be dead and current development branch is
>> based on 0.9.19 and is newer.
> The branch for 0.9.21 is certainly not dead. I just pushed some fixes to
> it the other day and have regularly pushed updates to it ever since
> 0.9.21 was released.
> See here:
> The fact that master is based of 0.9.19 is just a quirk of how things
> worked out. Everything that is in 0.9.21 (and the stable-queue branch)
> are also in master, so it's very much "newer" than 0.9.21.
>> This begin to be a big problem since it is not easy to convince
>> people to use our developments based on 0.9.19 instead 0.9.21. Even
>> if it is newer...
> Yeah don't worry, it's just a quirk of how things are orgianised. I'm
> planning to push a tag to master to make master compile as 0.10.0-devel
> or at least 0.9.23) but need to get approval from Lennart before I do
> that (the version used inside configure.ac is actually generated from
> git-version-gen script, so it's labelled as 0.9.19 due to how the git
> tree was organised).
> If you are doing any work, then master is likely a good place to do it.
> If you prefer to do it against stable-queue, then that is likely also
> fine. Rest assured both master and stable-queue are quite active and
> despite it's lower version number master is newer and contains more
> (have a look at git cherry if you want to confirm :D)
I forgot to say in the last mail that what is currently stable-queue
will very soon become 0.9.22... just depends on how heavy a stick I can
find to bash Lennart with :D He did say he'd do it before Plumbers, but
that didn't quite happen.... Fingers crossed he's updated his "soon"
definitions to v2.0 as his v1.0 definition of "soon" seems to take a
long time to complete... :p (joke)
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