[UPDATES] 3.4 is now final
edoneel at sdf.lonestar.org
Tue Mar 4 07:39:51 UTC 2003
Excellent! I'll build the bundles later today and upload
them (thanks to Marcus Denker for the MacOS one)
and then send Ted the updated download page.
When I build the bundles I was going to grab the latest
stable VMs. If anyone who builds VMs wants something
different email me. I was also going to build bundles
for MacOS (Carbon), Windows, and the unix systems which
Ian has prebuilt VMs for. Are there any other bundles that
should be built?
Thanks to all for all the hard work!
Doug Way <dway at riskmetrics.com> wrote:
> Hello all, 3.4 is now finalized!
> I just issued an update offering the choice of moving a 3.4gamma image
> to 3.4, or to 3.5alpha. (Technically, the choice was already offered
> in an earlier update when 3.4gamma was created, but since the two
> update streams contain the same fixes, I offered the choice again.)
> A 3.4 final image/changes/readme .zip file is available on the ftp
> site, here:
> Please give this a quick test if you have a chance, just to make sure
> there are no major problems with the image. A major problem roughly
> meaning: any significant problem which was *not* in 3.4gammaOne.
> This image should be identical to 3.4gammaOne, except for incorporating
> the last update (5170), and some content changes in the Welcome...
> window, which were discussed on the SqF list (on Feb. 4 & 8).
> The 3.4 release is still not complete in the sense that the squeak.org
> downloads page has not been updated to point to the appropriate 3.4
> bundles. When that is done, that will be the true "release date" for
> 3.4. Allowing a few days to make sure there are no major problems with
> this image, and also to create the release bundles with VMs, I think we
> should shoot for updating squeak.org in 3-4 days.
> Anyway, I'd like to thank Scott Wallace for spending time helping me
> get the update stream going, and with all of the release details. And,
> of course, thanks to all of SqC for "releasing" Squeak to the Guides
> and the community at large!
> - Doug Way
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