fahree at gmail.com
Mon Oct 14 21:10:58 UTC 2013
>> I propose that the same be true for the asdf-package-system.
>> For now, people can #.(if (find-class 'asdf::package-system nil) ...)
>> and in a few weeks or months, they can instead #+asdf3.1
> No, I don't want us to get into that position of users having to go back
> and change their system definitions later.
They kind of already have to, and/or the current fine-grained tests
will remain compatible once a coarse-grained test becomes available.
But that's your call.
> I think it's just simpler to push out 3.0.3 today, absent the feature,
> and then our users can :depends-on (:version :asdf "3.1") or #+asdf3.1
> right away.
> It should only be a matter of hours before we can start 18.104.22.168 and kill
> this pesky branch.
Do you mean 22.214.171.124, etc., so you can release 3.1.0,
or 126.96.36.199, etc., so you'll release 3.1.1?
(It's up to you to determine the numbering scheme, of course.)
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