From: Dom Lachowicz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Aug 28 2002 - 10:58:51 EDT
FWIW, the official libiconv is up to 1.8 now. I'm going to download it
and check it into our CVS tree. Hopefully it will help some of our
problems. For completeness, we should probably call their configure
script with "--enable-extra-encodings"
Version 1.8 (stable) released on 2002-05-29.
On Tuesday, August 27, 2002, at 11:41 PM, Andrew Dunbar wrote:
> --- Dom Lachowicz <email@example.com> wrote: > I
> would very much like to see 1.0.3 be released
>> within one week. The
>> 1.0.x series should very much live on and continue
>> to be worked on, at
>> least in "maintainer-mode."
> I've just upped one i18n bug to blocker since
> is now going wrong with the world's biggest language.
> I don't think we should ship with broken Chinese
> support. But we do need some people to help us
> investigate and fix the problem:
> Andrew Dunbar.
>> While bug 3519 is a very important meta-bug, I
>> believe the bugs it
>> lists as blockers are actually blockers for the
>> 1.0.x series actually
>> being considered "complete" as opposed to it meaning
>> that 1.0.3 is
>> ready for public consumption. Many fixes have gone
>> into STABLE and
>> these really need to get out to users ASAP, as is
>> shown by both the
>> large number of bugs closed and the considerable
>> user response calling
>> for us to release STABLE as an official release. If
>> we move quickly
>> enough, we might even get 1.0.3 included in the RH
>> 8.0 release, which
>> would be cool.
>> FWIW, CVS HEAD will be called "2.0" when it is
>> sufficiently mature and
>> not "1.2".
>> On Tuesday, August 27, 2002, at 10:22 PM, E . A .
>> Zen wrote:
>>> I understand with the recent make issues that it
>> may be difficult to
>>> make any absolute guess (and obviously never a
>> commitment) but it
>>> would be something to lead with for next week.
>>> The question being, will there be an intermittent
>> 1.0.3, or will there
>>> be holding out for 1.2/2.0?
>>> With nearly weekly commits to HEAD and stable, it
>> does seem a valid
>>> question, and it was discussed earlier in
>> reference to unifying the
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