1.10.1b1 is tagged
WinLAFS Windows Least-Authority File Store User
winlafs at gmail.com
Wed Jun 10 09:56:08 UTC 2015
To avoid unnecessary traffic:
>"One outstanding issue before the final release: ticket #2439, "SUMO
>tarball doesn't include windows dependencies". I think we concluded that
>the (binary) deps are too big to include in the SUMO tarball (it'd
>double the size). "
i opt for a zip file here
including only the windows specific files mentioned at #2439 also a
32bit.zip and 64bit.zip is possible.
because the sumo (Dessert Island) is only a failsafe version we can hide it
so a sumo.zip and a win-egg.zip = dessert island (two downloads would be ok)
by the way there is a 404 in the link list:
and following Packages (404)
The size is the reason for the name of my first version
nsis-quickstart-installer for windows targeting only version 1.10.1
may i introduce it is a Whale
(Windows Home Attached LAFS Experience or Windows Home Advanced LAFS
Expedience try other combinations ;)
Whale is the all in one failsafe version.
Shoehorn will be the download version.
more about thinkable versions here:
Whale installer is ready but have still problems with the testlog.cmd
(.bat) on xp
i got some failures with 1.10.1a1.post12 but maybe it was the wrong version.
i send logfiles about already to daira.
Is the Testgrid stable?
It isn't Ping able on Adress:
"Please test and file any bugs with the "1.10.1" milestone"
Will test it on weekend
2015-06-09 11:00 GMT+02:00 Brian Warner <warner at lothar.com>:
> I've just tagged the first (and maybe only) beta for the upcoming 1.10.1
> release. The NEWS.rst file now contains an edited summary of all
> user-visible changes since the last release.
> One outstanding issue before the final release: ticket #2439, "SUMO
> tarball doesn't include windows dependencies". I think we concluded that
> the (binary) deps are too big to include in the SUMO tarball (it'd
> double the size). We have a couple of different options:
> 1: punt: declare that windows builds require a network connection
> 2: make three SUMO tarballs: unix, 32-bit windows, 64-bit windows
> 3: put the windows eggs in the tahoe-deps repo, but not in the tarballs
> I'm partial to #1, but if anyone feels strongly about it (or can think
> of another answer), I'm all ears. In particular it might make sense to
> include nevow-0.10.0, in addition to the current 0.11.1, because some
> windows configurations require it. I think the same configuration might
> require an older Twisted too. This might not be too big, and would
> maintain our claim that "SUMO and a compiler" is enough to work, even on
> windows. Option #2 or #3 would enable a stronger claim: "SUMO without a
> compiler, on windows", which I'm not sure we need to provide.
> Please test and file any bugs with the "1.10.1" milestone so we can
> triage. If all goes well, I think we can make the final release in a
> week or two.
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