From: vicente.botet (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-19 13:35:23
Now that the time for new libraries is close for 1.36, can we know which are
the new libraries for 1.36 and the major updates?
Which are the supported compilers and platforms for 1.36?
Maybe is there a wiki with this info.
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From: "Beman Dawes" <bdawes_at_[hidden]>
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Subject: [boost] [1.36.0] Release schedule set
> The 1.36.0 release schedule has been set. For details, see
> The milestones are:
> *Note well: Changes must always be committed to trunk and be stable on
> trunk regression testing before being merged to branches/release.*
> * *May, 2008:* branches/release opens for all stable changes,
> including bug fixes, major library upgrades, and, with permission,
> new libraries. Breaking changes should be coordinated with
> libraries affected.
> * *June 19, 2008:* branches/release closes for new libraries and
> major upgrades or breaking changes to existing libraries. Still
> open for bug fixes and minor changes to all libraries.
> * *July 3, 2008:* branches/release closes for routine minor changes
> and fixes. Still open for serious problem fixes.
> * *July 10, 2008:* branches/release closes for all library changes
> except when specific permission given by release manager(s).
> * *July 17, 2008 (sooner if possible):* Beta 1 target date. Further
> betas and/or release candidates as feedback dictates.
> * *July 31, 2008:* Release ship date.
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