Re: 3.1 release

Steve Winslow

Hi Jilayne, I'm looking at #551 now (OpenJDK exception). It looks like the test is failing now because there isn't a test text file present. I'm going to see if I can prepare a test text file and add it so that this will pass.


On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 3:22 PM, J Lovejoy <opensource@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I’m trying to get things nailed down for Gary to do the 3.1 release by end of next week.
A few outstanding things that could go either way (resolved now via email and included / or pushed to 3.2) - can I please get some input on these: - OpenJDK exception - need to get this in here, but I just updated the version number as per Wayne’s response and now test failed. Also, I”m not sure that the first and last paragraph are really part of the exception or should they be optional? Seems like references in actual source files just refer to that page, instead of including the exception text itself? - new license, discussed on call today and inclination to add, but did not have time to resolve name. - have not discussed but came up on mailing list awhile ago… - from mailing list - two issues here: but updating the full names is the non-controversial part we could theoretically do for 3.1 - thoughts?

I have also marked a handful of Issues and PRs that seem to have been hanging around for awhile as milestone for 3.2 - let’s try to focus on clearing these on the next call or two.


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