martes, 23 de octubre de 2007

"Ports freeze to start October 30"

Un email enviado por Erwin Lansing [erwin@FreeBSD.org] a ports@FreeBSD.org nos dice que la semana del 30 estarian congelando los ports de freebsd, esto para tenerlos puesta a punto para la version 7.0 y 6.3, todo esto con el el fin de verificar los ports maracodos como rotos y otros con problemas de compatibilidad o compilacion. es decir que antes de terminar el año tendriamos las verciones 6.3 y 7 de nuestro freebsd:

Copio el correo enviado a la lista:

The ports freeze for the upcoming releases of 7.0 and 6.3 will start in one week time on October 30. After a week or two to get the tree in good shape, we can then start the package builds. When they have finished, we'll go into slush state until both releases are out the door. Please get your version updates and more committed in the next few days, and please help us fix any problems in the 6 and 7 branches.
For a list of outstanding build errors, please see the following links:
http://portsmon.freebsd.org/portsconcordanceforbuildenv.py?buildenv=-6-&buildenv2=
http://portsmon.freebsd.org/portsconcordanceforbuildenv.py?buildenv=-7-&buildenv2=
Remember: All commits after October 30 need explicit approval from portmgr!
-erwin

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