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From Jim Gallacher <...@jgassociates.ca>
Subject Re: Release of mod_python 3.3.
Date Thu, 07 Dec 2006 12:42:33 GMT
Graham Dumpleton wrote:
> On 07/12/2006, at 12:42 AM, Jim Gallacher wrote:
>> Graham Dumpleton wrote:
>>> There were no more comments on basic apache.import_module()
>>> documentation so I have tweaked a few last things, committed it
>>> and marked as resolved the final issue in JIRA tagged for 3.3.
>>> Thus, unless anyone else has got any last minute issues, we should
>>> be good to go with a 3.3 release now.
>>> Jim, would you like to get the ball rolling when you have some time.
>>> Thanks to everyone who has contributed.
>>> Graham
>> I do want to change the requirements in the docs. Currently it reads:
>>     * Python 2.2.1 or later. Earlier versions of Python will not work.
>>     * Apache 2.0.47 or later (For Apache 1.3.x, use mod_python version 
>> 2.7.x).
>> We decided to officially bump the Python version requirement to 2.3,
> Yep.
>> but are we still OK with Apache 2.0.47, or should we bump this to 
>> something like 2.0.54 as well?
> Our last round of testing only used 2.0.54 or later as you know, so 
> saying it
> has only been tested on that or later is probably reasonable. We can always
> update it later if we get people with older versions of Apache testing it.
>> Once that is decided I'll roll the tarball, likely tonight. I assume 
>> we'll use release-3-3-0b as the tag?
> Based on past conventions, that tag seems appropriate. If all is okay do we
> then just retag as 3.0.1?

OK. I probably won't get to the tagging and rolling until tonight. (It's 
morning here now).


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