motiv4u <address@hidden> wrote on 03/02/2009
> On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 3:14 PM, Massimiliano Maini
> <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Great, let's wait and see. I've built with -O2, like in Jon's
> > maybe this explains
> > the #Q0 thing ... Jon has to find out what's really happening
> > snowboarding Jon !!).
> I see no reason pointing the finger to Jon. No reason whatsoever.
Uh, I'm not pointing the finger, far from that. He's
simlpy the only one that can work this one out. He was already aware of
> > For the auto new match, you're right, I was missing the last
> > I've just rebuilt with up-to-date code and re-ftped the distrib
and exes to
> > gnubg.org.
> > But altough in some cases clicking on the dice area triggers
a pop up
> > warning you about
> > the fact you're gonna lose the rest of the match, in your case
> > I guess the last fix made by Christian on the issue is not enough.
> I guess it is enough. When I build a Windows build myself - including
> Christian's change of February 1st -this does not happen. I have no
> clue why yours build still does.
OK, maybe I'm getting lost with timestamps and file
versions ... I'll wait for tomorrow's snapshot and see.