[squeak-dev] The boundary between 3.10 and 3.11

Colin Putney cputney at wiresong.ca
Thu Dec 17 00:05:31 UTC 2009

On 2009-12-16, at 3:55 PM, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:

>>>>>> "Edgar" == Edgar J De Cleene <edgardec2001 at yahoo.com.ar> writes:
> Edgar> Squeak Board Members:
> Edgar> Now seems the idea of 3.11 alpha is accepted.
> Edgar> But remains some questions.
> 4.0 is right around the corner.
> As in, we're very very very close to having a license-clean release.
> I'm not sure there'll be a 3.11.
> The patches from 3.10.2 will be applied on top of this 4.0 release
> (which might be identical to 3.10.2 after condensing sources)
> to make 4.1, which will be our next release after 4.0.
> At least, this is how I understand it, sorta speaking with my
> board hat on, but slightly tilted to one side. :)

Well, we already have a downloadable image called Squeak 3.11alpha, so it's too late to avoid 3.11 entirely. I think Edgar's point stands - given a 3.10.2 image, it's possible to update it via the update stream, but only up to a certain point. We should create an endpoint to the 3.10.2 stream and point people either to 3.11alpha (which may never see beta) or 4.1. 


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