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[Gnash-dev] code freeze coming...

From: Rob Savoye
Subject: [Gnash-dev] code freeze coming...
Date: Fri, 01 Jan 2010 14:01:27 -0700
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Just so there is plenty of warning, I was hoping to start a code freeze
for the next release sometime in mid Jan. That should give me a few
weeks to do testing, and get 0.8.7 out before both the Fedora and Ubuntu
code freezes, which are both in Mid Feb. I just migrated a big pile of
RTMP changes from a branch to trunk, does anyone else have a big checkin
to make anytime soon ? Sorry for the other big checkin, but now it's
2010. :-)

Some pre-release info is already up at One thing to discuss is whether
avm2 should be enabled by default. I configure with --enable-avm2 all
the time, and haven't seen any stability problems. Has anyone else's
experiences been different to the point that we should keep avm2 off by
default ? What's the status of the GC hacking as far as any configurable
behaviors that should be enabled or disabled by default for the next
release ?

        - rob -

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