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Re: isremote and unix board special handling question

From: Jacob Bachmeyer
Subject: Re: isremote and unix board special handling question
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2018 16:08:56 -0600
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Ben Elliston wrote:
On Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 09:55:15PM -0600, Jacob Bachmeyer wrote:
I believe that your pessimism is premature: if Wikipedia is to be
believed, there was a new release 8.6.9 12 days ago on November 16.
I do not think that we need to worry about Tcl going away anytime
soon.  :-)
Expect, on the other hand?
... appears to now be maintained alongside core Tcl, and there was a new release 5.45.4 9 months ago on February 4 if Wikipedia is correct.

If a 9 month old most recent stable release is a cause for concern, what are we to make of DejaGnu's most recent stable release having been on 15 October 2017, over a year ago? :-) Considering that these are all largely mature packages, I doubt that this is indicative of any problems.

-- Jacob

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