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I guess my question is, when I submitted the patches after 7.1.2 was released,
I was hoping they would be in the next release, 7.1.3 Is there a way for my
patches to make it into the next release, which I assume is 7.2? Or, is the
current source-tree geared for 7.2 all-along?
On 21-Aug-2001 Tom Lane wrote:
> Ned Wolpert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> (You patched this about two months ago.) Specifically, the 1.11 version of
>> jdbc2/PreparedStatment.java file has the patch, but the 7.1.3 released does
>> not. How do we propragate patches into the main branch for releasing?
> At this point, we don't; it's quite unlikely that there will be a 7.1.4,
> considering that we hope to be in 7.2 beta within a month.
> As far as JDBC goes, lots of people seem to be using CVS snapshots quite
> happily, so I'm not sure an official back-patch is needed anyway.
> regards, tom lane
Ned Wolpert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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