[Gdal-dev] Motion: Promote GDAL 1.4.0 RC1 to be GDAL 1.4.0 Final
szekerest at gmail.com
Thu Jan 4 15:21:40 EST 2007
All of the changes I have made was reverted so GDAL 1.4.0 RC1 contains
the current c# version. The primary intention of the recent activity
was to track down some problems at the buildbot but the issues were
solved by environmental changes (Special thanks to Mateusz) .
Some kind of C# specific documentation should also be added, but it
does not affect the current release.
PS: I wonder currently why we have errors at the buildbot, a few hours
ago everything was green.
2007/1/4, Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com>:
> That the GDAL 1.4.0RC1 release candidate be promoted to being the official
> GDAL 1.4.0 release.
> GDAL PSC members (myself, Howard, Andrey and Daniel) should vote on the above
> motion. All gdal-dev committers and users are welcome to comment on the motion
> if they have input.
> I haven't seen any serious problems with the GDAL 1.4.0 RC1 release, so I'm
> floating the idea of promoting it to be 1.4.0 final. There have been some
> issues discovered:
> o The netcdf driver Open() method can fail with an assert in some cases
> (such as trying to open a zero length .rst file). This isn't fixed in
> CVS but could be before an RC2.
> o Dori's bug is still apparently not fixed though I haven't investigated
> nor can I promise it would be.
> o Ari has committed a change with the description " gdal.pm, gdalconst.pm,
> ogr.pm, osr.pm: gdal.pm etc. have been replaced with lib/Geo/GDAL.pm etc."
> o Tamas has made some changes in the csharp bindings, apparently related to
> building on unix / linux.
> o There is a tentative fix for MITAB/mapinfo prime meridian support that could
> be applied for an RC2 if there was one (not currently in CVS).
> There are of course many other outstanding bugs, but there is not reason
> to believe a new RC will resolve them. I
> Contrary to our standing rules for 2 business days notice, I would like to
> close this motion on Saturday and issue the final release on the weekend
> if there is adequate support and no objections.
> Best regards,
> I set the clouds in motion - turn up | Frank Warmerdam, warmerdam at pobox.com
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