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lex at cc.gatech.edu
Mon Jan 21 19:31:42 UTC 2002
> > If the idea is to allow folks to not have to bother with CVS, it
> > might be better to take snapshots of the CVS tree at known-stable
> > times that correspond with specific released image versions.
> > If folks need the up-to-the-minute experimental stuff, requiring them
> > to use CVS doesn't seem too onerous.
> Almost exactly the point I was trying to make. CVs appears to have all the
> basic capabilities to provide easy access to a 'certified' release in
> one go; I guess it would be nice to then archive each release in various
> ways for people not interested in using cvs. Archives with _everything_
> pre-generated as used for a release should be included.
An additional issue is code generated from Squeak. In addition to the
files from CVS, these releases should include things like interp.c .
(If this sounds complicated, anyone, that's why we should have these
release files. :))
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