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From Daniel Spiewak <>
Subject Re: Next release
Date Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:09:28 GMT
I vote +1 on the next release being 1.4.0.  I would also like to propose
another major new feature for the release: continuous compilation.  This is
sitting in a basically-complete form in my GitHub fork.  I've been
dogfooding it for several months now, and it seems pretty solid.  The only
three remaining tasks of which I am aware are as follows:

   - Documentation (only a few paragraphs are necessary, I'm just too lazy
   to have done it already)
   - Specs (this is much harder.  I looked into mocking things without any
   success.  I suspect someone with more Rspec fu would do better here)
   - Scala 2.8 support (for some reason, compiler detection doesn't work
   normally under Scala 2.8)

I think if we could get continuous compilation into 1.4.0, it would provide
even more weight for this as the next "major release" for Buildr.


On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 5:05 PM, Alex Boisvert <>wrote:

> Builders far and wide,
> We've got a decent amount of improvements and bug fixes done since October
> /
> Buildr 1.3.5 so I'd like to propose a release in the March timeframe.
> More specifically, I'd like to do a release candidate around March 13/14th
> and hopefully a final release March 27/28th.
> This should leave us enough time to round up a few more issues, some time
> to
> vote and update the site with an updated tagline (I dropped the ball on
> that
> since December) and deal with some updates/changes on the release side
> (gemcutter).
> How does that sound?   Are we ready to call the next release 1.4.0?
> alex

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