Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: let's do a Rockbox v2.5 release
Re: let's do a Rockbox v2.5 release
From: Linus Nielsen Feltzing <linus_at_haxx.se>
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 02:24:05 +0200
David McIntyre wrote:
> Yes, but the code would still be present and operational unless it were
> somehow deactivated.
Why would we deactivate it?
>>Now that would be hazardous if anything. The Archos versions have been
>>functional all along, thanks to the daily builds. If we try now to
>>remove the iRiver stuff, we will certainly break the Archos code as
>>well. Then the 2.5 release will be more bug-ridden than the dailes
> My argument was against releasing 2.5 at this stage in the development
> process. Thanks for backing up my point. :)
Read again. This was my argument against removing the iRiver code for
the 2.5 release.
> When you support iRiver, it's going to be press whether you like it or not.
> A lot of people are buying them for podcast recording these days, and it's
> the only currently-marketed device that can support Rockbox (or will in
Yes, but that won't be until the 2.6 or 3.0 release. The 2.5 release
will not claim iRiver support.
> Since a release build is now as trivial as pushing a button, it makes sense
> to do releases with every major bit of functionality or serious bug fix.
> Especially if you have other people doing the work. :)
Exactly. This is why we should release 2.5 before iRiver is stable,
without branching or removing iRiver code.
Received on 2005-06-07