> I think we should probably clear out all the MRs except the syntax > rationalization, then release bug fix 3.3.3, and then move to get the syntax > branch integrated as a release candidate for 3.4. > > I think the syntax isolation is a big enough change in behavior that it > merits being 3.4 > I wholeheartedly agree. There's just !99 left, which contains at least one important fix (defining call-without-redefinition-warnings in asdf.asd, not just uiop.asd, since we won't be loading uiop.asd anymore). After that, I believe we should release 3.3.3 as a bug-fixing milestone, where the 3.3 release gets really stable (also, half way to 6.6.6). And then move on with 3.4.0 that would include syntax-control !86 which I believe is ready, with its conservative take on using the initial readtable by default.
The other MRs out there are not ready: the Genera one !84 awaits input from someone who actually develops on Genera and could fix the CLOS issues with ASDF 3.3 there. The !83 on process-status is a WIP that the late author, Elias Pipping won't make further progress on. :-( RIP. —♯ƒ • François-René ÐVB Rideau •Reflection&Cybernethics• http://fare.tunes.org You think that by not releasing your in-house software, you save engineering resources. You only get yourself out of the loop.