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Re: Some more fixes to make release happen

From: Ladislav Michl
Subject: Re: Some more fixes to make release happen
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 2021 13:18:44 +0100
User-agent: Evolution 3.38.3-1

Hi there,

I fixed MSVC6 build and deleted all other Visual Studio files as these
was results of upgrading from MSVC6 anyways. I also added solution for
Visual Studio Community 2022 (including installer project updated from
previous versions). I'm still not happy with external dependency
handling, so it will take some time to release.

Meanwhile, as it seems pretty obvious gnokii is lacking testers (and
probably users as well ;-)), let me express some ideas.

I'd release 0.6.32 as a bugfix release only. That means excluding API
breaking changes. So far, I'm aware of single one: 6d59b8b1a0f9
("Move callbacks from gn_data to gn_statemachine->callbacks") and I'd
suggest just reverting that before release.
That patch could be reapplied after release and more API breaking
changes introduced: all text inputs to be utf-8, move
gn_sms_delivery_report_status into union, etc... All targeting eventual
0.7 release ;-)

I'm now able to test on Linux, MacOS and Windows, but nothing more. By
releasing Visual Studio fixes mentioned above, there is not much more I
an do, so it is probably up to Pawel to remember how to prepare

Comments, suggestions and objections welcome,

On Sun, 2021-11-07 at 10:07 +0100, Ladislav Michl wrote:
> Hello Everyone!
> another update can be found here:
> now also build and runtime tested on MacOS 10.15 Catalina, so I
> suggest
> just merging it.
> However, MSVC builds are still untouched and that 64f8713b2db1
> ("snprintf.c: define ssize_t on system where it is missing ") commit
> breaks MacOS. As we didn't agree on a solution last time, I tweaked
> that locally for testing purposes.
> I have some more patches in the queue, but let's see how far we can
> get
> with these first ;-)
> Also note that gnokii 0.6.31 was released at December 2, 2011, so it
> would be nice to make next release after 10 years.
> Best regards,
>         ladis

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