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2009.08.21 16:19 "Re: libtiff 4.0.0beta3", by Jay Berkenbilt
2009.08.21 16:37 "Re: libtiff 4.0.0beta3", by Frank Warmerdam
2009.08.21 17:10 "Re: libtiff 4.0.0beta3", by Bob Friesenhahn
2009.08.23 16:20 "Re: libtiff 4.0.0beta3", by Jay Berkenbilt
2009.08.24 17:25 "Re: libtiff 4.0.0beta3", by Bob Friesenhahn
2009.08.24 18:46 "Re: libtiff 4.0.0beta3", by Jay Berkenbilt
2009.08.24 19:33 "Re: libtiff 4.0.0beta3", by Bob Friesenhahn

2009.08.21 16:37 "Re: libtiff 4.0.0beta3", by Frank Warmerdam

Jay Berkenbilt wrote:
> Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam@pobox.com> wrote:
> 
>> Folks,
>>
>> With Bob's help I have uploaded a snapshot of CVS head which I have
>> dubbed libtiff 4.0.0 beta3.
>>
>>    http://download.osgeo.org/libtiff/tiff-4.0.0beta3.tar.gz
>>    http://download.osgeo.org/libtiff/tiff-4.0.0beta3.zip
>>
>> I would appreciate folks trying this out and reporting outstanding issues
>> via bugzilla.  Ideally I'd like to prepare a libtiff 4.0.0 release candidate
>> within the next month.
> 
> Now that 3.9.0 is out, I'd like to go ahead and upload 4.0.0 beta
> something to debian's experimental distribution.  Should I take this
> 7-month old beta release, or can we get a new 4.0.0 beta?  Either way is
> fine.  In this case, I may just prepare a 4.0.0 beta 3 upload for
> debian's experimental while I'm waiting anyway, but I won't try to roll
> my own from the trunk.

Jay,

There have been noteworthy fixes since the last beta.

Bob, would you be willing to roll out a 4.0.0 beta?

> Once 4.0.0 is released, I do intend to upload it to debian, but since it
> is a known ABI change, it will have to be coordinated with the debian
> release team and therefore probably won't happen that quickly.  But I
> can put it in experimental any time.
> 


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