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Re: New Yade version, beginning of January 2021


Dear all,

Sorry for the inconvenience but is there any flexibility in that schedule ?

I have been working on a new Shape child and I may get closer to the endpoint of my work in the form of a merge request.

It now represents "32 files changed, 2193 insertions(+), 178 deletions(-)" since 2020.01(a ?) = commit 9964f5.

In case there is some flexibility in the schedule and if I'm not the only one interested in that flexibility (MPI maybe ?..), maybe we could discuss inclusion of that Shape child in the new release ?

If not, let it be, I would totally understand to miss that train.


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On 12/11/2020 22:18, Anton Gladky wrote:
Dear Yade users and developers,

As always at the beginning of January I am planning to prepare
a release of a new Yade version.

Please try to push your changes inyo the code at least till the mid
of December, so we will have enough time to test it on different
platforms during the Christmas period and release it on time.
Also please try not to push too much breaking changes at that

The new Debian Bullseye release is scheduled already [1]. So we
should not be too late to prepare a new Yade for the next stable
Debian version.

Also it would be good to prepare short but meaningful release notes.
Current git-workflow has too many small log-messages, so it is
difficult to get meaningful information from there. Please use this
link to add some notes [2].

[1] https://wiki.debian.org/DebianBullseye
[2] https://pad.systemli.org/p/yade-2021-release-notes

Thank you

Anton Gladky

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