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Re: [bug-gettext] let's release a new version

From: Mikko Rantalainen
Subject: Re: [bug-gettext] let's release a new version
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2018 15:23:22 +0300
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Bruno Haible (2018-10-25 10:03 Europe/Helsinki):
> Hi Daiki,
>> The last release was over 2 years ago, and there have been a number of
>> changes accumulated since then (almost all kudos go to Bruno :-).
>> I would propose that we make a new release soon.
> With respect, I disagree.
> There were 6 items I wanted to see fixed in the next release:
>   1. All important build problems.
>   2. Most issues marked "Important" in the bug tracker:
>      #46756
>      #50910
>      #50920
>      #51027
>   3. #54809

Is there any change to include real 3 way merge to next release? I think
one could include a new command "msg3way" as a point release instead of
waiting for next major release because none of the existing users are
expecting any behavior from such a command and not even Debian
distributes any command called "msg3way". As such, there's no problem
including a new command with gettext distribution. I'd personally prefer
it called "msg3waymerge" or even "gettext-3-way-merge" but any name is
better than having no tool at all.

See also:

The original repo seems to have vanished. I published my copy of the
referenced repo to github:


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