gnome version? WAS: [Gtk-sharp-list] how to add nodes with
Wed, 21 Jan 2004 18:05:57 -0600
On Wed, 2004-01-21 at 16:21, Todd Berman wrote:
> Out of curiosity, when are we planning to track 2.4 and 2.6?
Up until now, we have tried to track the GNOME version which is provided
by the major distributions. Some of the reasons for this:
- to open up our testing base to the largest possible audience
- to keep the target of the binding as stable as possible, our API is
unstable enough now without tracking an unstable bound API.
- to ensure that when we finally get the binding right, it can be
immediately used in production environments.
My current plan is to ship Gtk#'s first "stable" release against the
GNOME 2.2 platform, unless all the distros move to 2.4 before we
release. The first "stable" Gtk# is planned to be delivered with mono
1.0 in Q2/2004.
Once we have declared a stable release, we will branch CVS, freeze the
API, and move to the current development series of GNOME libraries.
Based on the timing as it looks now, this would mean a jump from GNOME
2.2 to GNOME 2.7. Once we have a stable release out there for people to
deploy apps against, we can afford to track the bleeding edge from then
We can consider branching for "stable" GNOME 2.4 and 2.6 releases as
they become widely available in the distros. Once we get the
parser/generator up to speed with 2.7, to do a 2.4 branch should be
pretty painless, since the binding is predominantly generated. However,
it is unlikely that I will have time for backporting customizations and
fixes from trunk to any intermediate releases.
Mike Kestner <email@example.com>