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Re: [lwip-members] RFC: lwIP release 1.1.0 Release Candidate 1 (tag: STA
Re: [lwip-members] RFC: lwIP release 1.1.0 Release Candidate 1 (tag: STABLE-1_1_0-RC1)
Thu, 14 Oct 2004 13:25:20 +0200
On Thu, 2004-10-14 at 12:42, K.J. Mansley wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-10-13 at 22:58, Leon Woestenberg wrote:
> > I would like to release 1.1.0. This time round, I am *not* in the
> > position to do some
> > tests on our target so I need to rely on feedback from the mailing list.
> [following up to lwip-members]
> Just three things:
> 1) Have we made enough changes to warrant a change to 1.1.0, or would it
> be better to release 1.0.1?
Per the release scheme, 0.0.x releases are purely bug fixes, and we have
enough other changes in HEAD to release 1.1.0 (IMHO).
> 2) Do you want the changes to sending of ACKs in tcp_recved() in before
> the release?
I do not have any idea of the effort involved to get that stable. From
reading the mailing lists, there have been enough tests that show an
improvement, and so far I have not seen a regression-in-stability
report. Looks OK to me if you guys have the time to work on this.
Let's say if the improved ACK'ing could be in HEAD within two weeks,
we could do the new release then.
It would also allow for more testing.
I was just *proposing* a new release, as the subject reads: RFC!
> 3) Is there anyone who has CVS access *and* the ability to test things?
Yes, please speak up anyone who is actively working with HEAD code on
their targets! Your feedback is appreciated.
I am currently out of time to run tests. I hope to pick up lwIP
deployment on a new target in a few months, but not earlier...