John Arbash Meinel
john at arbash-meinel.com
Mon Dec 14 03:29:58 GMT 2009
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2.1.0b4 is going to be cut early this week (it is scheduled for Monday).
I'm wondering if we want to do 2.0.3 at the same time? As near as I can
tell, updates for the 2.0 series have dwindled quite a bit.
Specifically, it looks like we have 3 bug fixes:
* ``bzr push --use-existing-dir`` no longer crashes if the directory
exists but contains an invalid ``.bzr`` directory.
(Andrew Bennetts, #423563)
* Content filters are now applied correctly after pull, merge and switch.
(Ian Clatworthy, #385879)
* Improve "Binary files differ" hunk handling. (Aaron Bentley, #436325)
I suppose that is enough to warrant a 2.0.3. As long as it would be
enough to warrant a 'backports' for Karmic.
I also know we have a few patches that were 'borderline' for the 2.0
series. Are there any of them that we feel justified should be landed
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