[CMake] Bug fix requests for the *next* release of CMake...
david.cole at kitware.com
Fri Jul 30 06:09:58 EDT 2010
Could you elaborate on "full support for multiple components in cpack"
either in another thread, or in a feature request bug in the bug tracker?
With NSIS on Windows and PackageMaker on Mac, we already have what I would
consider "full support". Are you talking about extending that to additional
CPack generators or is there something missing even in those generators in
On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 1:02 AM, Kishore <kitts.mailinglists at gmail.com>wrote:
> I would like to see full support for multiple components in cpack.
> On Tuesday 06 Jul 2010 12:01:17 am David Cole wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Now that we have released CMake 2.8.2 last Monday, and we have switched
> > this new workflow using branches in the git repository, *now* would be a
> > great time to prioritize bug fixes for the next release of CMake.
> > We are leaning towards quarterly releases from now on, scheduling them
> > every 3 months. That would make the next release of CMake version 2.8.3
> > and scheduled to have an "rc1" release candidate in approximately
> > mid-September, 2010.
> > If you have a particular issue that you think should be fixed for
> > in 2.8.3, please bring it up now. Ideally, each issue will be discussed
> > needed on the mailing list to come to any consensus about what should be
> > done to fix it, and then an entry in the bug tracker may be used to keep
> > on the radar screen, and to track activity related to it.
> > Patches are always welcome. Patches that include testing of any new
> > features, or tests that prove a bug is really fixed on the dashboards,
> > basically any patch with testing is preferred over a patch with no
> > Also, if you are *adding* code, then you also probably need to add
> > of that code, so that the coverage percentage stays as is or rises.
> > Please discuss issues here as needed, and add notes to existing issues in
> > the bug tracker that you are interested in seeing fixed for 2.8.3 -- we
> > will be looking at the mailing list and activity in the bug tracker to
> > help prioritize the bug fixes that will occur in the next several weeks.
> > Thanks,
> > David Cole
> > Kitware, Inc.
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