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Re: [Gnash-dev] [Fwd: [swfmill] swfmill 0.3.0 released]

From: strk
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] [Fwd: [swfmill] swfmill 0.3.0 released]
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2009 20:03:49 +0100

Given the scarce resources we are on now
I suggest we make the new version compulsory rather
than messing with version-based switches.
The swfmill.m4 already SUBST a version for SWFMILL
to be checked.

(not that I have time for doing that now)


On Tue, Dec 01, 2009 at 08:03:58AM +0100, Benjamin Wolsey wrote:
> Devs please note - there is now a new official release 0.3.0 of swfmill!
> If you grab it (and building from source is pretty easy) you can run
> Gnash's ABC bytecode tests. It also fixes bugs in generating some AS2
> trace tests.
> bwy
> -------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht --------
> Von: Daniel Cassidy <address@hidden>
> Reply-to: address@hidden
> An: swfmill <address@hidden>
> Betreff: [swfmill] swfmill 0.3.0 released
> Datum: Mon, 30 Nov 2009 22:40:50 +0000
> Hi List,
> At long, long last I have released swfmill 0.3.0. It is available to
> download right now from <>.
> There are still known bugs, but I have decided that none of them are
> sufficiently glaring to warrant holding off a release any longer.
> Windows binaries and a source code release are available now. Mac
> users will unfortunately have to hang on for another couple of weeks,
> or roll their own. I am also investigating the possibility of
> providing Linux binaries.
> The release is a snapshot of the code available on the Bazaar
> repository right now. Therefore it includes all the various and sundry
> fixes and features that have been introduced since the last release
> two and a half (!) years ago. For many readers of this list, most of
> the changes will be old news. For those that have been living under a
> rock since then, the highlights (at least for me) are:
>  * Support for importing more than one SVG (a change that
> unfortunately breaks backwards compatibility with the last release);
>  * Support importing MP3s with more sample rates;
>  * Support importing WAV files;
>  * Support DoABC and other tags new with Flash 9 and 10;
>  * Fix compilation on GCCs newer than 3.2;
>  * and hundreds of bug fixes and minor improvements.
> Being still fairly new to maintaining swfmill, I imagine that I have
> made at least one stupid mistake in packaging this release. If that is
> the case, then I will follow up with a 0.3.1 release within a month or
> so to tackle any problems.
> Otherwise I am going to focus on improving swfmill’s documentation,
> since that is the area that could do with most improvement.
> Have fun,
> Dan.
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