[GRASS-dev] 6.2.0 release announcement fixes
soerengebbert at gmx.de
Tue Oct 31 17:39:29 EST 2006
sorry for the late response.
Markus Neteler schrieb:
> (Soeren, please take a look)
> On Sun, Oct 29, 2006 at 07:29:48PM +1300, Hamish wrote:
>>> now's a great time for folks to proof-read the draft release
>>> and blurb:
>> re the QA section of the announcement:
>> (probably a section we should strive to keep functional!)
>> * I just fixed a broken link to the test suite, as Summary.html no
>> longer exists. Changed it to the 6.2 test suite summary, which seems
Well, i have removed some md5 validation tests, because i have currently
no time to generate and validate correct md5 checksums.
>> more relevant (and less red!). ps- on 6.2 page "Fail Summary" is empty,
>> maybe a "--end of fail summary--" line so it is clear entire page isn't
>> the fail summary?
Thanks for the feedback.
> Soeren, could you re-run the test suite on 6.2.0?
>> * rather than link to a dull mailing list page with an incidental link
>> mid-page for the SOCCER site, should we link to their page directly?
> Sorry for the dull page. But right, I have updated the link to
> the suggestion in the announcement.
>> * any point adding a link to these guys?
> Also added.
>> ps- v.buffer data error listed in 6.3 test suite is probably because of
>> the fixed polygon cleaning bug- the result is indeed binary different,
>> but hopefully more correct. I don't know about the v.patch error.
I have removed the validation tests for some vector modules.
v.out.ascii is used for validation and generating md5 checksums.
Because v.out.ascii prints also the header of a vector
(format=standard), the md5
checksums differs from output to output if the creation date is set.
So i need to implement a header suppression flag to v.out.ascii to
generate "stable" md5 checksums.
But this have to wait, im very busy right now .... . :(
I have created a special grass6.2 test suite version:
The test log is available here:
> I suggest to get out 6.2.0 by tuesday, 31 Oct.
> There is no real reason to wait longer.
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