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Six critical bugs seem squashable before the end of the year, but what
about the other 16? Are you going to release qgis 0.8 with known (even
if not critical) bugs, or are you confident that they can be fixed in
time? And, aren't you planning to release the usual alpha-beta-rc1 sequence?
Sorry for the many questions, but as you can understand I am very
interested on the future of qgis.
All the best.
Gary Sherman ha scritto:
> Today the MapServer export tool builds (and works) under Windows. I have
> uploaded a new QGIS setup for Windows to
> With this build, all plugins and parts of QGIS should be functional
> (though untested) under Windows. This includes the new context help
> system (accessed by the Help button on enabled dialogs). Feel free to
> download the setup and give it a spin.
> Note: The MapServer export tool requires Python 2.5.
> If all goes well, there should be an official Preview 3 release
> tomorrow. This will be the last preview before the December 29th release
> of version 0.8.
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