On Fri, 2013-12-13 at 12:25 +0100, tino.keitel+syncevolution(a)tikei.de
I totally missed the 188.8.131.52 release because the mail was a reply
an old announcement and was sorted into an old mail thread.
I use Evolution's "edit as new message" to clone the previous
announcement, which usually starts a new mail thread. However, the
previous announcement also already had an "in-reply-to" header, so at
some point in the past I must have made the mistake of using reply-to.
The next announcement will be a truly virgin email where I just
cut-and-paste text, I swear ;-/
I also regulary checked https://syncevolution.org/blogs
where all the other 1.3.99.x versions were mentioned, but 184.108.40.206 is
missing there, too.
Good point, I forgot to publish that. In my release checklist it's a
separate point from writing the post, but this time I wasn't quite
following that list (lot of last minute changes, etc.) and forgot about
Regarding libsynthesis, the
libsynthesis_220.127.116.11+syncevolution-1-3-99-6 git tag is missing commit
572bba1742c290607755e6ec2e95c5e0733466f4 which bumbs the libsynthesis
version to 18.104.22.168.1, but syncevolution 22.214.171.124 requires 126.96.36.199.1.
The libsynthesis_188.8.131.52+syncevolution-1-3-99-6 git tag has the commit
the release wouldn't have compiled otherwise. It's just master that hadn't
been updated to that tag yet. Fixed.
Sorry for complaining so much. :-)
Not at all, thanks for pointing this out.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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