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Re: [pkg-boost-devel] Re: libstdc++ configuratrion

On Mon, Nov 14, 2005 at 11:32:15AM +0100, Christophe Prud'homme wrote:
> can we start working on 1.33.1 ? or do you want to make some intermediary 
> release ?

i don't see any good reason to make any new upload to unstable until new
gcc 4.0 upload. and even when new gcc 4.0 is uploaded, we probably will
not finish the transition to c2a before 1.33.1. so probably there is
no reason to make any upload to unstable until 1.33.1 is also released.

i suggest to start the work on 1.33.1, maybe as cvs snapshot, to be
uploaded to experimental and be ready for a unstable upload as soon as
1.33.1 is released.

> regarding current bugs, we have essentially 3 main types of bugs 
> 1 - documentation bugs
> should be easy to fix
> #199249, #327800, #335613, #338106, #331331
> 2 - graph
> #326089, #333435
> 3 - python 
> #189839, #333698 (last one is linked to the graph lib)
> I am not sure if they are all (still) relevant, but we could give either make 
> sure they disappear with boost 1.33.1 upload, or make an intermediary release 
> to fix these guys.
> what do u think ?

handle as many bug as we are able to fix, of course :) please remember
to disable icu support on m68k.

probably we can upgrade the trunk to whatever upstream 1.33.1 cvs branch
already has. in case we need a new 1.33.0 we can make a branch starting
from the -4 tag.


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