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Re: Automake release

From: Gary V . Vaughan
Subject: Re: Automake release
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 02:12:20 +0100

On Tuesday 08 May 2001 11:39 pm, Tom Tromey wrote:
> >>>>> "Gary" == Gary V Vaughan <address@hidden> writes:
> Gary> Let me know if you are happy with the results (or if there are
> Gary> any other obvious fixes you would prefer to apply first) and I
> Gary> will roll up the release and put it up on
> It looks good to me.


> There is a release procedure in HACKING.
> I don't know where all the new files are :-(.

Nor I.  I updated config.guess/config.sub though.

> If you find out, tell us so we can update `make fetch'.

I've emailed a couple of GNU people, who probably don't know either but 
probably ought to be aware that these files need to be visibly centrally 
maintained.  I'll let you know if anything comes of it.

> Thanks for doing this.

No problem -- thanks for letting me =)O|

Just uploaded the following to

867b8282685c51ad438921aa26e717f5  automake-1.4-1.4-p1.diff.gz
29f6e49a4cd63b2c60c6166252756979  automake-1.4-1.4-p1.tar.xdp.gz
e08f40620447c6889d0e42098b08409a  automake-1.4-p1.tar.gz

I noticed after uploading that you haven't made diffs or xdeltas for your 
other releases.  I can delete the new diff and xdelta if you like.

I didn't make an announcement (even to info-gnu) since we might want to give 
the mirrors a chance to get a copy before clogging  If you don't 
have a formalised announcement procedure, and want me to post something 
tomorrow then let me know.

Early upgraders will probably have more luck fetching this release via 
anoncvs, thusly:

   cvs -z3 -d :pserver:address@hidden:/cvs/automake \
   co -r Release-1-4-p1 -d automake-1-4-branch automake

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