Bug#606010: Bug #606010: New upstream version 0.7.6 available
Aron Xu <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 22:10, Ben Pfaff <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Aron Xu <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>> Where is the version 0.7.6? I see the latest version on the website
>>> is 0.6.2, and I'm interested to make a QA upload for this package.
>> Version 0.7.x is only in PSPP's Git repository. There is no
>> release tarball yet.
>> That said, version 0.7.x has a lot of improvements over 0.6.2,
>> and it might be perfectly reasonable to upload it to Debian.
> Can you tell me when I can expect for a release? Or I should make a
> git snapshot?
It's hard to say when the next full release will be. My goal is
to just fix the currently known bugs that bother our users the
most, then make a release, but some of those bugs are a huge
amount of work.
I don't know of any important *regressions* in the current Git
tree versus 0.6.2.
It's likely to be months before release.
You can make a Git snapshot yourself, or you can start from one
of the tarballs that are generated nightly: