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Re: alpha -> beta -> 2.0

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: alpha -> beta -> 2.0
Date: Fri, 11 Dec 2009 14:29:35 +0100
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Andy Wingo <address@hidden> writes:

> I think we said at some point that we'd shoot for Guile 2.0 in December.
> While it's clear that we're not ready for stability quite yet, things
> are falling into place. So why don't we do this: keep on doing the
> monthly alpha release thing now and in January, release a beta in
> February, and then 2.0 in March.

Sounds good to me.

Perhaps it’s time to look at the milestones we had agreed on this
summer [0], see where we are, and whether there are additional ‘features’
we’d like to get in.


My impression is that one of the main items on this list is the
integration of (part of) Guile-Lib.  I’d also like to have the inliner
by 2.0.  What do you think?

Then there’s a lot of testing, bug fixing, porting, improvement of the
tools (debugger, profiler, code coverage), etc.

> The meaning of "beta" versus "alpha" is just marketing, to try to
> prepare some buzz for 2.0.

Indeed.  ;-)


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