[torquedev] TORQUE 2.4 is live.

Josh Butikofer josh at adaptivecomputing.com
Mon Nov 2 12:17:43 MST 2009


Yes, I would just delete it.

Josh Butikofer
Adaptive Computing Enterprises
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Ken Nielson wrote:
> I will take this as a rookie learning experience. Sorry about the 
> confusion.
> 
> Following the beta convention which we unintentionally started we will 
> make this 2.4.2.  We are working on a TORQUE web site and I will explain 
> in the notes about what happened to 2.4.0 and 2.4.1. New comers to the 
> list and those who have just deleted the mail will have to get their 
> information from the site.
> 
> What do we do with the 2.4 that is already posted. Should this be deleted?
> 
> Ken
> 
> 
> Josh Butikofer wrote:
>> It will be 2.4.2. I will talk to Ken and make sure this happens.
>>
>> Josh Butikofer
>> Adaptive Computing Enterprises
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>>
>> Glen Beane wrote:
>>> On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 1:43 PM, Justin Bronder 
>>> <jsbronder at brontes3d.com> wrote:
>>>> On 02/11/09 11:31 -0700, Ken Nielson wrote:
>>>>> Glen,
>>>>>
>>>>> That looks to me like another mistake. Those probably should have been
>>>>> marked b1 and b2 for beta. This really is the 2.4.0 release. Is 
>>>>> there a
>>>>> remedy for this oversight. Is there a problem in making a change?
>>>> Given that 2.4.1b1 and 2.4.2b2 have already been released, I'd 
>>>> suggest just
>>>> calling this the 2.4.2 release and making note not to repeat the 
>>>> same mistake
>>>> in the future.  With portage (and I suspect any other package manager),
>>>> 2.4.1b1 and 2.4.2b2 will appear to be newer releases than 2.4.
>>>>
>>>> Of course, I guess that I'm lucky I only tested the beta releases 
>>>> locally and
>>>> did not add them to the portage tree.
>>>
>>>
>>> I agree with Justin.  We should change it to 2.4.2 - it would just be
>>> too confusing now to release 2.4.0.  Lets just say 2.4.0 and 2.4.1
>>> were not production quality releases and are unsupported.
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