Should we aim for a new release in late January?
johan.tibell at gmail.com
Thu Dec 19 11:42:00 UTC 2013
I was thinking that I might get most of the release work ready before my
holidays end on January 5th. That would make the release 1.20 release come
out 3 months after the 1.18; a quite nice release pace. There are a bunch
of outstanding pull requests here:
It would be nice if we could make an effort to either shepherd these
through or close them.
Any major outstanding bugs that need to be fixed before the release?
On Wed, Nov 27, 2013 at 10:01 PM, Johan Tibell <johan.tibell at gmail.com>wrote:
> Cabal development is continuing at a furious pace. There are lots of great
> things in master that I'd like to get out to users, such as
> * relinking avoidance
> * build -j
> * ability to specify exact deps on the command line
> * haskell-suite compiler support
> * bug fixes
> Here's an approximate list of commits (both Cabal and cabal-install) since
> the last release:
> It's not entirely accurate as some patches were cherry-picked onto the
> 1.18 branch and thus have different commit IDs.
> -- Johan
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