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From Andrew Grieve <>
Subject Re: 3.3 Blog Post (Please Review)
Date Tue, 17 Dec 2013 02:07:03 GMT
If you / Blackberry guys want to get that in, I think that's fine. How to
do it (I think) is to do a 3.3.1 point release on cordova-blackberry, and
then a point release on cordova-cli that updates the platforms.js file to
point at 3.3.1 of blackberry.

On Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 5:26 PM, Josh Soref <> wrote:

> Andrew Grieve wrote:
> >Thanks Bryan!
> >
> >btw - should have mentioned that I'd like to post this ~4pm EST tomorrow.
> >If anyone wants more time than that, then just say so :).
> As a headsup, if we can get
> folded into 3.3, It¹s possible we¹d like to. (It¹s up to Bryan of course.)
> It just came up today and it affects anyone with a messy path (clean
> install computers don¹t suffer, but a computer where you¹ve installed x86
> versions of Node or Git on a 64bit version of Windows will break).
> This is of course pending testing tomorrow (My quick test w/ Git in my
> path showed it works, but we¹ll have at least one tester spend some time
> on it tomorrowŠ)
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