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Re: Last call before release of rdiff-backup 2.0.0

From: Eric L.
Subject: Re: Last call before release of rdiff-backup 2.0.0
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2020 08:38:48 +0100
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as a further side note, test.pypi.org hold now the betas as well and as
wheel (ha!), but also as source. rdiff-backup is now one pip command
away (with or without --user):

pip install -i https://test.pypi.org/simple/ rdiff-backup==1.9.0b1.dev8

See https://test.pypi.org/project/rdiff-backup/1.9.0b1.dev8/ for details.

Further betas and the final release will be available from the
"production" PyPI server so that you won't need the `-i` option to install.

KR, Eric

On 08/02/2020 17:48, EricZolf wrote:
> Hi,
> as I write these lines, the last MR closing the last issue marked for
> milestone 2.0.0 is being tested (it'll deploy automatically the release
> to PyPI, yeah!).
> Before this can become reality, a few things need to happen:
> 1. someone needs to review my 4 PRs at [1] - I can merge myself but I
> can't review myself (well, I don't want to)
> 2. @zjw - you have 2 MRs waiting for updates after review - I'd like to
> take them with this release. When are you able to address them?
> 3. @ottok - similar question for [2] - we currently have inconsistently
> versioned Debian packages.
> 4. anybody needs to test, test, test! At this stage, we'll address only
> critical bugs not already present in 1.2.8.
> Thanks everybody for your support, we're almost there,
> Eric
> [1] https://github.com/rdiff-backup/rdiff-backup/pulls
> [2] https://github.com/rdiff-backup/rdiff-backup/issues/252

please do _not_ put me in copy on rdiff-backup-users,
it just confuses my filters. Thanks.

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