Built and tested on Win 10 Pro 64-bit, using 32-bit MinGW GCC 4.7.2 under MinGW MSYS bash.

Configured with zlib but no SSL, it built clean and passed all tests.

Configured with zlib, SSL, json, TH1, and TCL, it built clean and passed all tests.

I think this is the first build and test I've done since the Win10 Anniversary Update imposed itself on me, and certainly the first since this week's patch Tuesday. Something made the Windows Firewall fussier, and I had to reassure it during both test suite runs that yes, it was ok to let fossil.exe do something. The prompt came a long ways in to the suite, but I didn't check the prot file to see what test had prompted it. If that behavior continues, it will make launching a bunch of builds and walking away a lot less productive.

On 10/14/2016 7:47 AM, Richard Hipp wrote:
The final SQLite 3.15.0 is not checked into the Fossil trunk.  Is it
an appropriate time to release version 1.36 of Fossil?

Ross Berteig                               r...@cheshireeng.com
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