Release Preparation

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My personal intention for 7.2 is to speed up the internals as optimal a possible for all IDE's. Hope you can help?! Have fun with testing 7.2
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Release Preparation

Postby marsupilami » 21.01.2018, 10:34

Hello Guys,

I finally had the chance to take a look on the release tools. I couldn't get the documentation part working. But if that is left out it boils down to the scripts copying some files and zipping them up. So I uploaded what can curently be done to the files section:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/zeosli ... -7.2.2-rc/

Regarding documentation: From what I can see in the other RC version, the documentation that would be generated is outdated too. So here is what I suggest: We create a small and simple installation document that refers people to the forums if they have questions. Your opinions about that?

What I want to get done before I create a release that will be marked as stable:
-> add packages for Delphi 10.2

Opinions? Are there things that you want to get into that release very quickly?

If there are no big objections your side or things that keep me away from my computer, I want to finally release Zeos 7.2 in 2 weeks time.

Best regards,

Jan

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Re: Release Preparation

Postby miab3 » 21.01.2018, 22:13

Hi Jan,

Why did you add binaries for Lazarus to the package?

Michal

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Re: Release Preparation

Postby marsupilami » 21.01.2018, 22:58

Hello Michal,

the scripts were not prepared to ignore that kind of artifacts yet. I added rules to exclude *.ppu and *.o files.

With best regards, Jan

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Re: Release Preparation

Postby Fr0sT » 22.01.2018, 08:22

I don't have pending significant changes to 7.2 too.
As for the docs: honestly I couldn't overcome the process. I even installed TeX editor/compiler but it still too damn messy so I just read comments in the code :).

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Re: Release Preparation

Postby marsupilami » 22.01.2018, 17:58

Hello Fr0st,

Fr0sT wrote:I even installed TeX editor/compiler but it still too damn messy so I just read comments in the code


Hmmm - I just installed MikTeX and TeXnicCenter. Then it worked out ok. But I am not sue there is something in the LaTeX document that can help you. But there is some documentation in Docbook syntax where I have problems to find a suitable environment for - other than a virtual machine with Linux ;)

Best regards,

Jan

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Re: Release Preparation

Postby Fr0sT » 23.01.2018, 16:22

Sorry guys, I understand everyone wants to see release at last but I had to make a couple of commits to 7.2 to simplify metadata-related things I currently digging into to implement GUID support. These commits are just cosmetic and shouldn't affect anything.

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Re: Release Preparation

Postby marsupilami » 23.01.2018, 22:39

As long as things don't hav a (big) impact it is ok for me. Wanting to have a release shouldn't make us stop to make things better :)

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Re: Release Preparation

Postby marsupilami » 25.01.2018, 19:49

Sooo - Egonhugeist made me aware of a change in the Postgresql driver that _needs_ to be documented for our users. So I added a new document to the Sourceforge Wiki: https://sourceforge.net/p/zeoslib/wiki/ ... 20release/

If you want something added there - go ahead and add it :D


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