On Sep 3, 2008, at 10:46 AM, Rob Lockstone wrote:
> This page <http://caucho.com/download/> has the 3.2 snapshot date one
> week before the official 3.2.0 date. Should the snapshot even be
> listed? Same for the 3.1 snapshot, except the snapshot is almost a
> month older than the 3.1.7 release. Well, I guess if someone wanted to
> diff the code to see what changed?
It's just easier to manage that way, even though it's not ideal. That
happens after every release.
As it happens, there's a new 3.2.1 snapshot today.
> And, if you know it, what's the release schedule for 3.2.1 looking
Quite a bit slower than we'd like. Normally we like 8 week releases,
but that will probably be extended by about 4 weeks.
The major things we're looking at for 3.2.1 are:
Hessian 2.0 finalized (or at least sending our final draft to IETF
Lots more bug fixes for Quercus and Resin
Servlet, JSTL, JSP, JSF spec compliance
Servlet 3.0, particularly the comet-related aspects
clustering/JMS integration for BAM (The most complicated question
is dealing with a singleton service in a clustered environment and
handling failover issues.)
I'm not sure everything will fit in that timeframe, though.
> I know, I know, we're never satisfied. But hey, you guys have the
> three active branches going. ;-)
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