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Re: Promoting the enhanced branch

From: "Alan Potter" <alanjpotter(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Promoting the enhanced branch
Date: 2006-04-12 18:16:51
Message-ID: 6ac68e6f0604121116i4784fffuf238e42a4c7e81e3@mail.gmail.com (view raw or flat)
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I had the chance to grab this and build it on Fedora Core 4 and Solaris.
Seems to work well.

Is there a planned release date for 08.02.0001?

Thanks,
Alan

On 4/8/06, Dave Page <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk> wrote:
>
> As any of you who watch pgsql-committers will have seen, I have now
> moved the enahnced branch to CVS tip. Specifically, I have:
>
> 1) Created a REL-08_01_STABLE branch from CVS tip
> 2) Moved the REL-07_03_ENHANCED code to CVS tip
> 3) Bumped the version number to 08.02.0001
> 4) Standardised filenames and directory names (but not library names) to
> reflect that we now only have an ODBC 3.51, Unicode build.
> 5) Defaulted the ODBC version number to 0x351 in all places (previously
> it had different values in different files)
> 6) updated the Windows installer as appropriate, and introduced a new
> version specific element to the path to allow concurrent installation
> with 08.01.xxxx.
> 7) Updated all libnames to psqlodbc35w.(so|lib|dylib|whatever).
> 8) Updated the release notes.
>
> The code builds as expected on Linux (with unixODBC) and Windows XP with
> VC++ 6.0.
>
> Please take a few minutes to checkout the code and ensure everything
> looks as it should if you are able.
>
> Thanks, Dave.
>



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