Re: [sage-release] Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread Samuel Lelièvre
Mon 2019-08-25 22:37 UTC, Volker Braun: > > [sage-release] Sage 8.9.beta8 released Thanks! > It is nearing the end of the 8.9 merge window, so if you want > something merged then this is your last chance. Would love to see 28384, 28366, 28365 be merged in the next beta or release candidate in

[sage-release] Re: Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread John H Palmieri
On Sunday, August 25, 2019 at 3:37:50 PM UTC-7, Volker Braun wrote: > > As always, you can get the latest beta version from the "develop" git > branch. Alternatively, the self-contained source tarball is at > http://www.sagemath.org/download-latest.html > > It is nearing the end of the 8.9

[sage-release] Re: Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread arojas
El lunes, 26 de agosto de 2019, 0:37:50 (UTC+2), Volker Braun escribió: > > As always, you can get the latest beta version from the "develop" git > branch. Alternatively, the self-contained source tarball is at > http://www.sagemath.org/download-latest.html > > It is nearing the end of the

Re: [sage-release] Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread Henri Girard
Ubuntu 19.10 (+1) beta, AMD 8x 64 bits 16 Go RAM Compilation ok works fine (from beta 7 to 8) Le 26/08/2019 à 00:37, Volker Braun a écrit : As always, you can get the latest beta version from the "develop" git branch. Alternatively, the self-contained source tarball is at

[sage-release] Re: Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread Eric Gourgoulhon
Le lundi 26 août 2019 00:37:50 UTC+2, Volker Braun a écrit : > > I'm inclined to name the next version 9.0. In particular, we now have > Python 3 support that, while not perfect, is at least usable so we should > mark that with a new major version. Also point-9 is a natural place to > switch.

Re: [sage-release] Re: Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread Vincent Delecroix
Le 26/08/2019 à 12:06, Eric Gourgoulhon a écrit : Le lundi 26 août 2019 00:37:50 UTC+2, Volker Braun a écrit : I'm inclined to name the next version 9.0. In particular, we now have Python 3 support that, while not perfect, is at least usable so we should mark that with a new major version.

Re: [sage-release] Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread John Cremona
#28372 is an easy one On Sun, 25 Aug 2019, 23:37 Volker Braun, wrote: > As always, you can get the latest beta version from the "develop" git > branch. Alternatively, the self-contained source tarball is at > http://www.sagemath.org/download-latest.html > > It is nearing the end of the 8.9

[sage-release] Re: Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread Eric Gourgoulhon
On Ubuntu 18.04 running on bi-Xeon E5-2623 (8 cores) + 16 GB RAM: *- python2: * - incremental build (from 8.9.beta4, with -j16) OK - all tests from ptestlong passed - *python3: * - incremental build (from 8.9.beta4, with -j16) OK - tests from ptest-python3 passed, except for 1

[sage-release] Re: Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread Emmanuel Charpentier
On Debian testing running on core i7 + 16 GB RAM, ptest-python3 gets three permanent failuresn already reported for the previous versions: -- sage -t --long --warn-long 161.7 src/sage/graphs/strongly_regular_db.pyx # 4

[sage-release] Re: Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread Frédéric Chapoton
The second file should have been fixed by https://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/28312 but it was probably not tested.. Le lundi 26 août 2019 16:14:13 UTC+2, Emmanuel Charpentier a écrit : > > On Debian testing running on core i7 + 16 GB RAM, ptest-python3 gets three > permanent failuresn already

Re: [sage-release] Re: Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread Volker Braun
Yes, thats our versioning scheme: 8.9.beta8 -> 8.9rc0 -> ... -> 8.9 -> 9.0.beta0 -> ... -> 9.0 On Monday, August 26, 2019 at 5:05:30 PM UTC+2, E. Madison Bray wrote: > > IMO we should go forward with 8.9 for now and make the next version 9.0. > By then Python 3 support will be even more solid.

Re: [sage-release] Re: Sage 8.9.beta8 released

2019-08-26 Thread E. Madison Bray
IMO we should go forward with 8.9 for now and make the next version 9.0. By then Python 3 support will be even more solid. On Mon, Aug 26, 2019, 16:54 Frédéric Chapoton wrote: > The second file should have been fixed by > https://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/28312 > > but it was probably not