In [email protected]
“Re: [ruby-gnome2-devel-en] Gdk::GC” on Thu, 23 Oct 2008 16:40:36
“Guillaume C.” [email protected] wrote:
We will use odd release number as development release from
the next 0.19.x release. OK?
Why not, though I think it will not improve release quality, as my
We don’t have a space for ‘rcX’. (We only have
For example, 0.18.1 maybe has some more important bug.
Developers don’t always test their applications with latest HEAD
I couldn’t understand why RC style releasing can fix the
problem but odd release number as development releasing
(GTK+'s release style) cannot fix the problem.
stable release: 0.18.0 -> 0.18.1 -> ............. -> 0.20.0
development release: 0.19.0 -> 0.19.1 -> … -> 0.19.x ^
trunk: ^ …^ …^…^ …
I think if we say “0.19.x will be 0.20.0 if no problem” in
0.19.x release announce, we will get same benefit of RC
style releasing. Did I misunderstand what you mean…?
Maybe it could be linked also from the left menu bar?