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Radim Blazek wrote:<br>
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<pre wrap="">On Tuesday 25 February 2003 08:10 am, Jaro Hofierka wrote:
I fully support your opinion. I am a developer but also a user and I
understand very well how important
is a stable and reliable system in critical projects. As a developer I
am a bit uncertain if I should work on modules
for grass5.1 or grass5.0 because some of grass5.0 modules have been
already transfered to grass5.1.
If I want to make some improvements to grass modules should I work on
grass5.0 or grass5.1 modules?
Which modules exactly? RST library? Most of files in that library is linked
<pre wrap="">Perhaps a core team of grass5.1 developers should keep grass5.1 as
minimal as possible in terms of number
of modules transferred from grass5.0 unless development of grass5.0 is
In other words: "Stop 5.1 development! We have to wait until 5.1 is stable."
I am sorry but you don't understand what I am saying here. I just want avoid
future problems and definitely don't want to stop the development of grass5.1.<br>