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Re: new test release
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- From: Richard Coleman <coleman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: Mark Borges <mdb@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: new test release
- Date: Thu, 25 May 1995 17:05:43 -0400
- Cc: zsh-workers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- In-reply-to: Your message of "Thu, 25 May 1995 12:45:51 MDT." <9505251845.AA10684@revelle>
> + Thu May 25 00:27:55 1995 Richard Coleman <coleman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> + * Tighten up permissions on temporary files and named
> + pipes that zsh creates. From Duncan Sinclair (5298).
> + Mon May 22 23:54:52 1995 Richard Coleman <coleman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> + * Use sed instead of cut in configure. From Eskandar.
> Fri May 19 00:08:52 1995 Richard Coleman <coleman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> * Add some casts to pacify noisy compilers.
> You're kidding, right? Surely there must be more difference than this --
> these changes don't look substantial enough to me to warrant a rebuild from
> test2 for most people.
I usually don't put changelog entries for work that I do unless it
makes a big user visible change. I've been spending some time
reorganizing some of the code and this usually doesn't warrant a
changelog entry (since the functionality is the same).
Also there is a bug I added in test2 that I fixed in test5. In test2,
in certain situations, the environment variables HOME and PWD are not
initialized correctly. I didn't put an entry for this in the changelog
since the bug was not in beta8. Because of this, I would recommend
rebuilding if you are using test2.
Also I've done some other small things such as adding the new BUGS files,
the new FAQ, a new META-FAQ, updated the compctl-examples, and a made a
few other changes of this nature.
I admit it's not a huge difference from test2. Everybody doesn't have
to build every test release I make. I'm just trying to make the
latest snapshots available to people who are interested.
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