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Re: rdiff -l on Redhat 8.0

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: rdiff -l on Redhat 8.0
Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2003 17:20:45 -0500 (EST)

John Coers writes:
> What is the timetable for the next release?

Like it says in HACKING:

        There isn't one.  That is, upcoming releases are not announced (or
        even hinted at, really) until the feature freeze which is
        approximately 2 weeks before the final release (at this time test
        releases start appearing and are announced on info-cvs).  This is
        intentional, to avoid a last minute rush to get new features in.

That's talking about major releases (e.g. CVS 1.11), but minor releases
(e.g. CVS 1.11.5) work the same way except that there's no feature
freeze, test releases, or announcements (even internally) for minor
releases -- they're just made when someone feels the need.

> Will this fix be in the next release?

Yes.  In the meantime, you can download the current development version
and use it.  The stable, bug fix only version (which will eventually
become CVS 1.11.6) is on the cvs1-11-x-branch branch, the new features
version (which will eventually become CVS 1.12.1) is on the trunk.

-Larry Jones

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