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Re: Getting the Windows build ready for 0.49 release -- anyone been testing?
Blah... I'm sick. And I'm a little buried in work at my day job.
Expect a new Windows release between now and the end of November, probably
after Jaap's official upstream 0.49 release.
Jaap: what should I call my in-between release? "0.49"? "0.49_windows1"? At
the time I release the Windows build, my code will not have been committed
to trunk, I expect, because you'll be offline as you stated. Almost all of
my changes will be in the 'windows' folder of the source tree.
On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 1:50 AM, Brendan Kidwell <snarf@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 6:48 AM, Jaap Karssenberg <
> jaap.karssenberg@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Just wanted to give you an update on the release planning for zim
>> version 0.49. I'm targeting for a release in 2-3 weeks time from now.
>> So if possible I want to integrate any new patches this week.
> Sorry I've been absent for a while. Today I finally got a chance to look at
> what I need to do with the Windows build for the 0.49 release. Here's what's
> assigned to me: < https://bugs.launchpad.net/~bkidwell/+assignedbugs >. To
> everyone: Are there any bugs missing from the list?
> These two probably just need final comments and closure:
> lp:568342 [zim 0.46][win32] Can not start zim on windows (may not be
> properly installed)
> lp:612393 icons missing in win32 build; won't open a notebook
> These three I can HOPEFULLY fix tomorrow night or Saturday night:
> lp:623552 Windows Zim 0.48: jpeg62.dll not found
> lp:612407 [Win7] When an error occurs, Zim tries to write to log in
> "Program Files" and fails because this is not allowed
> lp:612433 [0.48] [Win32] installer doesn't write icon correctly to Start
> Menu, Desktop shortcuts
> And with any luck, when I try to do a build from the current source, all
> those shiny new features won't cause any Windows-related problems.
> Has anyone been testing the latest source in Windows? You can try the
> instructions here if you're dying to try the latest features:
> When you're ready to follow those instructions, check out lp:zim and work
> from there.
> Brendan Kidwell