From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-12-26 04:14:25
Eric Niebler wrote:
> Arkadiy Vertleyb wrote:
>> "Pavel Vozenilek" <pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden]> wrote
>>> [ typeof on VC8 ]
>>> Perhaps adding it to 1.34 could be considered.
>>> I know how this is against all the rules but 1.34 is still
>>> weeks/months away.
>> I think after the regressions pass for HEAD on all the compilers (just to be
>> on the safe side), adding to 1.34 would be painless. Of course, this is up
>> to the release manager to allow this.
> IANTRM (I am not the release manager), but I would STRONGLY discourage
> taking any changes into 1.34 that are not critical bug fixes. IMO, we
> need to be much more hard-core about feature freezes that we have been
> to date.
I agree with Eric. The problem is that it is hard to define which
we should allow and which we should not. I think going strict is
the right way to go now and in the future.
> This will be a wonderful feature -- for 1.35.
Certainly. I think it is also possible to release incremental updates
after 1.34. I hope Beman's new release procedure (in the making)
allows such incremental releases.
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