[Seaside] [ANN] new versions of Seaside30 configurations released
dhenrich at vmware.com
Fri Nov 12 20:03:46 UTC 2010
When I release a new configuration it needs a unique version number. So
I'm inventing unique version numbers ... I've been doing this the whole
time and have been wondering if anyone actually cared.
I could have used 18.104.22.168 instead of 3.0.1, but I figured that the minor
release numbers correspond to bugfix releases.
Keep in mind that when I release a configuration it is after I have
tested/ported the Pharo code on Squeak and GemStone (and Pharo1.0)...
for those two platforms is not always safe to pick up the latest pharo
packages and a configuration release means that the code is known to
pass the unit tests on those three platforms ...
On 11/12/2010 01:46 AM, Julian Fitzell wrote:
> I'm a bit (actually quite) confused why we have a 3.0.1 release of
> ConfigurationOfSeaside30 and a 1.0.1 of ConfigurationOfGrease when we
> haven't released versions of the software with those numbers... What's
> the rationale behind the numbering?
> On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 9:54 PM, Dale Henrichs<dhenrich at vmware.com> wrote:
>> ConfigurationOfPierAddOns2 version '2.0.7' released.
>> ConfigurationOfPier2 version '2.0.7' released.
>> ConfigurationOfMagritte2 version '2.0.6' released.
>> ConfigurationOfGrease version '1.0.1' released.
>> ConfigurationOfSeaside30 version '3.0.1' released.
>> ConfigurationOfKomHttpServer version '1.0.6' released.
>> Tested against:
>> - GLASS 1.0-beta8.4
>> - Squeak4.1
>> - Pharo1.0
>> - Pharo1.1.1-11414
>> All tests are green except on Squeak4.1 where
>> MAExtensionsTest>>testTimePrintOn: is failing ... the
>> Time>>print24:showSeconds:on: prints milliseconds in addition to seconds, so
>> presumably this is a minor error.
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