[distcc] distcc 2.12 released
Wed Dec 24 08:12:00 GMT 2003
Christopher Faylor wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 23, 2003 at 11:39:43PM -0500, Harold L Hunt II wrote:
>> This is great. Thanks for making a quick release to get this in. I
>> have repackaged the distcc package for Cygwin for this new release.
>> Our platform-specific patch now contains only our Cygwin README file
>> and our setup file; distcc now builds completely "out of the box" on
> I just saw this and the cygwin-announce message for distcc. The last I
> knew, John Morrison was the maintainer for distcc. I haven't seen any
> announcement from him that he is giving up his maintainership duties.
> I'd like this kind of thing to be rather formal. We're supposed to
> be keeping track of who's doing what in the distribution.
Sorry folks - works a killer atm, this is/was on my 'todo', but I
wasn't pushing it since (AFAIR) it's only a minor release.
Harold, if you have time I formally renounce my maintainership of distcc
(this project is now slated for a 'phase 3' in January, no rest for the
wicked :|) If there's stuff I can do in the future, I'll keep you
Christopher; let Harold do it; he's actually got more experience with
the internals than I have! Thanks for asking though.
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