[Pharo-project] So...we freeze 1.1 ? (next steps?)
alexandre at bergel.eu
Tue May 18 04:49:31 EDT 2010
> One thing that bothers me is the network code. Although nobody reported problems I cannot believe that it suddenly works without that we fixed it. The new implementation that is in 1.1 has been reverted in 1.0 and since then we haven't had any complaints. Now in 1.1 I guess that there are not that many people using it yet.
> If there are people at the sprint with different OS and configurations (Linux vs Mac; IPv4 vs. IPv6), you could try to reproduce the problems that were reported earlier (check the issue tracker).
I haven't closely followed this issue since I haven't experienced any problem in 1.1 (the only activity related to Network I do is using Monticello).
The network issue you're referring to is
Looking for 'Network' in the list of open issues return 7 issues. The only important one is
Is it decided to rollback networking? I enjoy the progress bar when accessing networks.
> Another valuable help would be to (manually) test the tools, especially the ones loaded into Pharo to make sure we don't have any obvious problems there.
By tools, you mean the one that get loaded with ConfigurationOfPharo ?
> Hope you have a productive weekend!
> On May 18, 2010, at 02:49 , Alexandre Bergel wrote:
>> Mariano, Stef, Adrian,
>> I would like to focus the Pharo sprint this week end on helping Pharo 1.1.
>> In addition to reviewing and fixing the issues tagged as 1.1, are there some particular actions you want to see realized this Saturday?
>> On 16 May 2010, at 18:26, Alexandre Bergel wrote:
>>>> - Integegrate the remaining fixes and crates a PharoCore-11XXX-alpha1.zip and put it in gforge
>>> I will go over some this week.
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