so whats the status of 0.3

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Yeeha
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so whats the status of 0.3

#1 Post by Yeeha »

I saw poll with distro question so is 0.3 close & can u tell estimated time when FO will reach 0.3 milestone?

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#2 Post by Yoghurt »

It has reached 0.3. Unfortunately, there are a few serious bugs on Linux which we want to fix first.

Expect a release in the next few weeks; if all else fails, I would propose releasing 0.3 even with crashes on linux...

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#3 Post by tzlaine »

Yoghurt wrote:It has reached 0.3. Unfortunately, there are a few serious bugs on Linux which we want to fix first.

Expect a release in the next few weeks; if all else fails, I would propose releasing 0.3 even with crashes on linux...
What are the crashes you are seeing? Have they been reported on the SF.net bug tracker? I've fixed nearly all of the confirmed bugs there (I only consider #1365674 to be confirmed and outstanding).

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#4 Post by Geoff the Medio »

tzlaine wrote:(I only consider #1365674 to be confirmed and outstanding).
I just re-confirmed #1024914

I haven't seen #1293506, #1293511, or #1311181 since my hard drive died and I reinstalled WinXP a month ago. I suspect they were related to some accumulated detritus which has been expunged.

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#5 Post by Yoghurt »

tzlaine wrote:What are the crashes you are seeing? Have they been reported on the SF.net bug tracker? I've fixed nearly all of the confirmed bugs there (I only consider #1365674 to be confirmed and outstanding).
Crash and burn when opening the Planet window. It probably has something to do with the patch for boost 1.33, but the crash now also happens when using boost 1.32.

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#6 Post by tzlaine »

Yoghurt wrote:
tzlaine wrote:What are the crashes you are seeing? Have they been reported on the SF.net bug tracker? I've fixed nearly all of the confirmed bugs there (I only consider #1365674 to be confirmed and outstanding).
Crash and burn when opening the Planet window. It probably has something to do with the patch for boost 1.33, but the crash now also happens when using boost 1.32.
So, with a clean checkout of CVS FO and the new 0.6.0 GG release, and the data.zip unpacked in the proper place, you get this crash? Do you have a gdb stacktrace, or is there an uncaught exception reported? I can probably fix it if you tell me what the problem is.

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#7 Post by Dreamer »

Yoghurt wrote:It has reached 0.3. Unfortunately, there are a few serious bugs on Linux which we want to fix first.

Expect a release in the next few weeks; if all else fails, I would propose releasing 0.3 even with crashes on linux...
Just on linux? So a windows release can be made already?

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#8 Post by Daveybaby »

DeathAndPain3 wrote:I can only suggest forgetting this project and never to return here.
And yet you seem unable to follow your own advice. Teh irony gave me teh cancer!

All you seem able to do is whine. You must be a real joy to know in real life.
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#9 Post by noelte »

I know, it's a wast of time ....

First, i'm not a admin.

Second, you don't invest any work, you don't pay for it, there is no promise of anything, so you are just trolling!!!??? There is noone preventing you from getting a clean CVS copy and build it on your own (the programmers might even help you doing so)


So what's your point after all, getting no candy?????
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#10 Post by Aquitaine »

Dealt with D&P's post on the announcements board and deleted it here.
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#11 Post by noelte »

Wasn't such a good idea, IMO. Now we adress something which isn't there anymore ....
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#12 Post by Aquitaine »

This thread is legitimately about bugs and things before the v0.3 release, which is why it's still here.

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#13 Post by Dreamer »

Aquitaine wrote:This thread is legitimately about bugs and things before the v0.3 release, which is why it's still here.

-Aq
If so you should delete also all related posts, including this one. But the thread just breaks without a reason. Luckily I had read the anouncements before and got the idea...

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#14 Post by The_Commentator »

:lol:

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