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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: Release 0.9.2 of apr/apr-util?
Date Wed, 22 Jan 2003 18:52:05 GMT
FWIW... head is broken for apr/time/win32/time.c ... and the patch is

My thinking is that a couple thousand users are just getting their first
look at our latest APR, via HTTPD 2.0.44, and they are finding a couple 
of bugs.  We also might want to get more platforms recorded from the
test suite... I'll start a STATUS entry for testall exceptions.

I'm going to RM an HTTPD 2.0.45 maintenance release next week,
based on fixing those bugs (and a few other old ones that anyone 
cares to pick up and fix.)

So my personal desire would be to release 2.0.45, with its bugfixes
based on APR 0.9.2 (release).  Would anyone object to that symytry?

The only other 'little thing' I want to do is bring in Allen Edward's
suggestions for debugging symbols for win32 release builds, so
those of us bug hunting can track down pesky segfaults and other
odd behavior from Win32 core dumps.  It's a trivial patch, I'm just 
trying to figure out how we can also get WinNT .dbg symbol files 
out of the deal without too much pain.


At 12:05 PM 1/22/2003, Garrett Rooney wrote:
>Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
>>Anyone have any serious objections to releasing HEAD of apr/apr-util as 0.9.2?  Does
anyone want to volunteer to be RM?  (Should be painless, but I really have other stuff to
>>I think we have the release showstoppers in apr-util resolved now (in that it can
build by itself).  APR has mostly pie-in-the-sky showstoppers...  -- justin
>+1, cut the next release soon.

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