On 10/14/2016 07:17 PM, Stefan Schmidt wrote:
> Hello.
> On 14/10/16 10:34, Simon Lees wrote:
>> On 10/14/2016 06:47 PM, Stefan Schmidt wrote:
>>> Hello.
>>> On 14/10/16 10:12, Simon Lees wrote:
>>>> On 10/14/2016 06:28 PM, Stefan Schmidt wrote:
>>>>> Hello.
>>>>> I just finished my monthly wiki page update and thought it might be
>>>>> beneficial to send out short updates about it.
>>>>> o We had the usual updates for EFL and E following our stable releases
>>>>> o The MacOSX homebrew port got updated from 1.14 to 1.18.1 (Thanks to 
>>>>> Jayji)
>>>>> o There are packages for EFL 1.18.1 and E 0.21.2 in Debian experimental
>>>>> now (Thanks to Ross)
>>>>> o NuTyX 8.2 seem to have dropped support for EFL and E? I can only find
>>>>> packages for 8.1 but not 8.2. Can anybody shed some light on this?
>>>>> o FreeBSD got updated from 1.16 to latest
>>>>> https://phab.enlightenment.org/w/packaging_status/
>>>>> regards
>>>>> Stefan Schmidt
>>>> Next time around you can drop openSUSE 13.1 (LTS), and add openSUSE 42.2
>>>> (Links should be the same as 42.1 with a different number).
>>> Normally I wanted to keep the latest LTS around (if the distro has a LTS
>>> release). As far as I understand 13.1 is the latest LTS you have for
>>> openSUSE?
>> The LTS will go out of support next month and isn't being replaced with
>> a traditional LTS, Instead the changes to the base system between
>> updates in the 42.X series will be much smaller so its more like 42 SP1
>> and SP2 etc
> I see, strategy changed a bit. I will remove it.
>>> I can add the 42.2 without a problem. Will do it right now.
>> Theres not heaps of hurry there the RC will be out soon and the release
>> in the next month, but theres no hurt in adding it now.
> Right now the link still shows 42.1 versions only until you click on 
> unstable packages, etc. I will just switch the wiki entry from 42.1 to 
> 42.2 once the release is out. Great to see how you ensured a up to date 
> release of efl and E in there. :)

42.2 will get all the efl 1.18.X and e21.X LTS releases as well.


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