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Re: CMake 1.8.1-1 ready
I'm suggesting you remove "prev" and "curr" from setup.hint altogether,
and keep whichever version you'd like as "prev". upset should be smart
enough to figure out which version is prev and which is curr.
On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, William A. Hoffman wrote:
> I am not sure I understand what test has to do with prev and curr.
> The way I look at prev and curr is that if someone upgrades to the
> current cmake, but there is a compatibility problem with their project,
> then can go back to prev. Unless I am missing something if I leave
> it the way it is, then prev will be 1.3.22 based which should work with
> 1.5.x. And curr will be 1.5.x based, and be the most recent version
> of cmake.
> What are you suggesting I change my setup.hint to?
> prev: 1.6.7-2
> curr: 1.8.1-1
> Then delete 1.6.7-1?
> At 10:38 AM 10/8/2003, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> >If there's no "test", "prev" and "curr" become redundant. So you still
> >have to change setup.hint, and it's your choice on how to proceed.
> >IMO, since cygwin-1.3.22-1 is still available on the mirrors (though not
> >in setup.ini), we should keep 1.3-compatible packages around... Either
> >that, or remove 1.3.22 altogether.
> > Igor
> >On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, William A. Hoffman wrote:
> >> 1.6.7-2 was the test release for cygwin 1.5.x. It was never
> >> made the current release for cmake. I suppose we could go
> >> either way. The only difference between 1.6.7-1 and 1.6.7-2 is
> >> that one is built with cygwin 1.3.x and one is built with 1.5.x.
> >> So, I guess we have two choices:
> >> 1. remove 1.6.7-2 and leave 1.6.7-1 as the previous, it should
> >> keep working with cygwin 1.5.x right?
> >> 2. change the setup.hint to have prev as 1.6.7-2.
> >> I am leaning towards 1, because it is less work for me, but
> >> it should not be that hard to change the setup.hint and remake
> >> the tar file. So, I will leave it to the list, what do people think?
> >> Thanks for the help.
> >> -Bill
> >> At 03:58 AM 10/8/2003, you wrote:
> >> >On Tue, Oct 07, 2003 at 04:30:27PM -0400, William A. Hoffman wrote:
> >> >> ftp://www.cmake.org/pub/cmake/cygwin/setup.hint
> >> >> ftp://www.cmake.org/pub/cmake/cygwin/cmake-1.8.1-1.tar.bz2
> >> >> ftp://www.cmake.org/pub/cmake/cygwin/cmake-1.8.1-1-src.tar.bz2
> >> >>
> >> >> # CMake setup.hint file for cygwin setup.exe program
> >> >> category: Devel
> >> >> requires: libncurses7 cygwin
> >> >> sdesc: "A cross platform build manger"
> >> >> ldesc: "CMake is a cross platform build manager. It allows you to specify build parameters for C and C++ programs in a cross platform manner. For cygwin Makefiles will be generated. CMake is also capable of generating microsoft project files, nmake, and borland makefiles. CMake can also perform system inspection operations like finding installed libraries and header files."
> >> >> prev: 1.6.7-1
> >> >> curr: 1.8.1-1
> >> >
> >> >Uploaded. I removed the 1.4.7-1 package. What happens to 1.6.7-2?
> >> >
> >> >Corinna
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