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Re: Path to 0.92.1
- Subject: Re: Path to 0.92.1
- From: "Carlos R. Mafra" <crmafra (at) gmail (dot) com>
- Date: Mon, 03 Nov 2008 13:40:53 +0100
- Message-id: <490EF155.email@example.com>
Dan Pascu wrote:
> On Saturday 01 November 2008, John H. Robinson, IV wrote:
>> John H. Robinson, IV wrote:
>>> Since there have been no complaints, I have committed the patches
>>> from the patch set I posted a few days ago. I have also bumped up the
>>> version number to 0.92.1pre.
>>> I would be very grateful if people would download and test.
>> It looks like we may need to bump up our dependent version of automake:
>> automake-1.7 is clean
> I made it work with 1.7 a long time ago. You can consider 1.7 to be the
> standard supported version.
What do you think about that patch I sent to address the warnings for >= 1.8 ?
Do you think it is worth having it even if the 1.7 will be the standard?
I think a lot of people on recent distros will see those warnings, and it
would be good to not have the warnings, right?
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