On 9/12/13 4:54 PM, Mark Tinguely wrote:
> On 09/12/13 16:17, Eric Sandeen wrote:
>> With all of the changes for CRC filesystems in xfsprogs git now, I'm
>> wondering if it'd be a good idea to do a "3.2.0-alpha1" sort of release.
>> I know it's not yet feature complete, but I think there would be value in
>> getting a version-stamped tarball out there for testing - it could filter to
>> rawhide-ish distros, and get a bit more airtime while the remaining bits get
>> worked out.
>> We'd probably want a nice readme about what's new and what's not yet done,
>> caveats, etc, but I think it'd be worth getting it out there into the hands
>> of willing testers, w/o requiring them to do a build from git.
> Good idea, but xfsprogs is in a state that it can't compile:
> Patch 31 v3 / 55 is broken. It is missing xfs_sb.c and has an extra
> If you want it this week, we could do the corrections or wait for Dave
> to repost.
hm? The git tree builds fine here, anyway (modulo some warnings).
so quick, cut an alpha1 before it breaks. ;)
(but if you mean: we should get the latest stuff on the list in first,
and fix it so it builds - ok - but there will probably always be more
stuff to pull in, so at some point when we have a reasonable amount of it
in place, we could cut a test release? There's always "alpha2"...)