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time for 0.6.2? (was: Re: New pspp to windows)

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: time for 0.6.2? (was: Re: New pspp to windows)
Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2009 21:30:57 -0800
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Michel Boaventura <address@hidden> writes:

> I'm glad to say that I compile the last stable snapshot to windows
> entirely on Linux.
> It's good news, because a lot of problems where fixed, and now I can
> release versions at the same time
> it is released. The problem with --enable-relocatable was fixed, and
> the footprint of the installation became smaller.

I'm glad to hear that it works better.

Do you have any patches to pass along, that were necessary to
make it build properly?

> Now I'm having a little doubt. I should release and tell the users
> about new versions daily, weekly or wait for the 0.6.2 version?

The last commit to the stable branch was back in November.  I
guess it's time to release 0.6.2.  Does anyone have anything that
they'd like to get fixed before we do so?
Ben Pfaff

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