reeves.87 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 16:13:27 BST 2018
That's what I'm looking at doing. The translation need some minor updating.
In particular the docs were changed to correct some obsolete information
regarding windows and preprocessor command handling.
On Tue, Jul 31, 2018, 5:26 AM Luigi Toscano <luigi.toscano at tiscali.it>
> Michael Reeves ha scritto:
> > What would be next step in getting a release setup fir kdiff3? Do we
> > documentation on the process?
> Right now kdiff3 is logically placed in a group called historically
> "playground". The idea is: kick start the program, start few *unstable*
> releases, ask for a community review (see "kdereview") and then allow the
> program to have stable releases, either with its own cycle or as part of
> another "product".
> The workflow is described here:
> kdiff3 is a bit weird as it could have used the Incubator process and go
> directly to kdereview, but that's not too relevant now.
> You may want to release a first unstable release, then ask for a community
> review, or ask for a review first and then be moved to the relevant place
> have stable releases.
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