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Re: Threads on windows.

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: Threads on windows.
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 00:54:50 +0900
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One item that I forgot:

*    Jason's working on a Generalized Linear Model procedure.  I think
    that should be included if it's going to be ready.


On Wed, Feb 14, 2007 at 07:37:16AM -0800, Ben Pfaff wrote:
     John Darrington <address@hidden> writes:
     >      What needs to happen before 0.4.2 is released BTW?
     > Ben is the maintainer, so ultimately, that decision is his.  
     I'd prefer to arrive at a consensus, then release when we've met
     the goals.
     > However, based upon previous discussions, my understanding is:
     > * Get the gui working at least to a stage where it's reasonably
     >   reliable and demonstrates feasibility.
     > * As a prerequisite to this, Ben's working on a largish change to the
     >   way pspp stores its data internally.
     Yes--I've been distracted a bit by the mingw stuff though, so
     there's been little progress there lately.  It's on my mind
     > * Fix the  bugs noted in the bug tracker, which are noted for the next
     >   release. 
     > * Now that you've demonstrated that a w32 port is feasible, presumably
     >   we'll be doing that too.
     Sounds good to me.  
     On Perl: "It's as if H.P. Lovecraft, returned from the dead and speaking by
     seance to Larry Wall, designed a language both elegant and terrifying for 
     Elder Things to write programs in, and forgot that the Shoggoths didn't 
     out quite so well in the long run." --Matt Olson
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