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Alec Mitchell wrote:
> On 12/19/06, Tres Seaver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> In general, you should prefer a 1.4.1 (to get bugfixes only). That
>> makes the PAS release cycle less coupled to your needs, as well.
> That is indeed my preference, though in the past we have had single
> dot releases for each revision, so I thought that might just be some
> PAS version policy. A 1.4.1 would be great, though I have to admit
> the new authentication caching stuff sounds pretty desirable.
It isn't that critical for the "default" case (ZODB-based users), but it
does help for SQL / LDAP-backed auth.
>> Can you identify the bugfixes on the trunk which are important to PlonePAS?
>> Unless you use DelegatingMultiPlugin, the only one I can see which might
>> matter is:
>> ZODBUserManager: Already encrypted passwords were encrypted again in
>> addUser and updateUserPassword.
>> I've just backported this to the 1.4 branch, along with a fix for
>> emergency user breakage.
> Thanks, these certainly are important to have, additionally:
> BasePlugin: The listInterfaces method only considered the old-style
> __implements__ machinery when determining interfaces provided by
> a plugin instance.
OK, I've backported that as well.
> Would probably be helpful as well. Thanks for looking at this and
> backporting those changes. Do you think you'll have time to make a
> release? Also, does the PAS release policy require a 1 week beta/rc
> period for minor releases like 1.4.1?
Nope. I can cut one at will, especially if you are willing to help test
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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