0.87.2 tomorrow

Please check in anything you want to make the 0.87.2 release
tomorrow. The last two releases have had last minute bugs sneak in so
please hold off on major changes and test the small ones before
committing. It will hopefully be a stable release to ride for a
little while barring anymore numpy bumps.

Thanks,
     Charlie

Perhaps bugs tend to sneak in because there is little or no warning before
releases.

Darren

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On Tuesday 14 March 2006 8:05 pm, Charlie Moad wrote:

     Please check in anything you want to make the 0.87.2 release
tomorrow. The last two releases have had last minute bugs sneak in so
please hold off on major changes and test the small ones before
committing. It will hopefully be a stable release to ride for a
little while barring anymore numpy bumps.

Thanks,
     Charlie

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Perhaps bugs tend to sneak in because there is little or no warning before
releases.

Sorry, I didnt mean that to sound so blunt or argumentative. I have been
spending the last two days recovering a trashed system, the one on which I do
all my MPL development. I havent seen any bug reports related to my recent
changes, but I had wanted to get the new API (draw_markers) together for the
next release. That can wait.

Darren

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On Tuesday 14 March 2006 9:28 pm, Darren Dale wrote:

On Tuesday 14 March 2006 8:05 pm, Charlie Moad wrote:
> Please check in anything you want to make the 0.87.2 release
> tomorrow. The last two releases have had last minute bugs sneak in so
> please hold off on major changes and test the small ones before
> committing. It will hopefully be a stable release to ride for a
> little while barring anymore numpy bumps.
>
> Thanks,
> Charlie
>
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You're absolutley right. I have just been helping with the last few
releases and it's still a leaning process. I'll hold off until
Thursday or Friday for 0.87.2. In the future we'll give a few days
warning on minor releases.

- Charlie

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On 3/14/06, Darren Dale <dd55@...143...> wrote:

On Tuesday 14 March 2006 9:28 pm, Darren Dale wrote:
> Perhaps bugs tend to sneak in because there is little or no warning before
> releases.

Sorry, I didnt mean that to sound so blunt or argumentative. I have been
spending the last two days recovering a trashed system, the one on which I do
all my MPL development. I havent seen any bug reports related to my recent
changes, but I had wanted to get the new API (draw_markers) together for the
next release. That can wait.