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Month: December 2013

Re: [trinity-devel] tdelibs FTBFS: cmake 2.8.12: INTERFACE_LINK_LIBRARIES vs. LINK_INTERFACE_LIBRARIES

From: Michele Calgaro <michele.calgaro@...>
Date: Sun, 8 Dec 2013 14:54:56 +0000 (GMT)
>>> Just as a word of warning, this would push R14 to January 2014 at

>>> the earliest due to the time required to rebuild the entire
>>  package
>>> set for Debian/Ubuntu.
>>  I had already filed bug report 1759:
>>  cmake_policy(SET CMP0022 OLD) seems like a temporary work-around ---
>>   cmake 2.8.12 is here to stay and we might as well adapt sooner
>>  rather than later. :-)
>>  I just love how upstream changes keep breaking things for everybody
>>  downstream....
>>  C'est la vie.
>>  Darrell
> Part of me says push now, as there are several serious reports still open
> regarding removable disk mounting and handling.  On the other hand are
> already starting to lose people to XFCE because the current stable TDE
> version requires HAL and does not work with the latest network-manager
> versions.
> Thoughts?
> Tim

I am quite a new entry in the development team, but IMO we should aim to get R14 released as soon as we consider it ready to be released (i.e. as soon as we can fix the few remaining bugs listed in the Etherpad).
If we try to fix every problem every time it comes up, we will never get R14 out of the door. So I think we should consider to:
1) get R14 out 
2) this problem and any other problem that requires some time to fix or to test should be addressed in R14.1
Just my 2 cents