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Tcl 8.6.0

I recall a recent posting about the time of the conference asking about 
release plans for 8.6. I further recall a response along the lines of "I 
don't really know, everyone who does is away in Portland". I guess TPTB 
are back now.

What are the plans for release of Tcl 8.6, and in particular ActiveTcl 
8.6? I have developed some code on the betas using TDBC and would like 
to roll it out in the next month. If the releases aren't imminent, I 
need to make alternative plans.

Thanks,
Alan
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On 15 Oct, 01:57, Alan Grunwald <alan-clt-pos...@nospam.demon.co.uk>
wrote:
> What are the plans for release of Tcl 8.6, and in particular ActiveTcl
> 8.6? I have developed some code on the betas using TDBC and would like
> to roll it out in the next month. If the releases aren't imminent, I
> need to make alternative plans.

The current plan as I understand it:

 1. Push out Tcl 8.5.8. This is virtually on us already.

 2. Push out Tcl 8.6b2. There's been quite a lot of stuff gone in
since 8.6b1 and despite the good testing by many people against the
HEAD which convinces us that we're in pretty good order, we want a
release so that we can get more eyeballs to help out.

 3. Push out Tcl 8.6b3 *or* 8.6.0. This depends on the number of
changes that happen after 8.6b2; as far as I'm aware, there's only one
really important one likely (which will enable bundling of TDBC
drivers with Tcl; the scope of this one is nicely limited too, by
which I mean that the feature won't impact existing extensions for
sure) but the more we tinker, the more likely we can't consider b2 to
be an early Release Candidate.

The constraints are all to do with developer effort, especially that
of Don Porter (master of releases). But I'd guess that we're within a
month of b2 shipping.

Donal.
0
10/15/2009 10:01:55 AM
Donal K. Fellows wrote:
> On 15 Oct, 01:57, Alan Grunwald <alan-clt-pos...@nospam.demon.co.uk>
> wrote:
>> What are the plans for release of Tcl 8.6, and in particular ActiveTcl
>> 8.6? I have developed some code on the betas using TDBC and would like
>> to roll it out in the next month. If the releases aren't imminent, I
>> need to make alternative plans.
> 
> The current plan as I understand it:
> 
>  1. Push out Tcl 8.5.8. This is virtually on us already.
> 
>  2. Push out Tcl 8.6b2. There's been quite a lot of stuff gone in
> since 8.6b1 and despite the good testing by many people against the
> HEAD which convinces us that we're in pretty good order, we want a
> release so that we can get more eyeballs to help out.
> 
>  3. Push out Tcl 8.6b3 *or* 8.6.0. This depends on the number of
> changes that happen after 8.6b2; as far as I'm aware, there's only one
> really important one likely (which will enable bundling of TDBC
> drivers with Tcl; the scope of this one is nicely limited too, by
> which I mean that the feature won't impact existing extensions for
> sure) but the more we tinker, the more likely we can't consider b2 to
> be an early Release Candidate.
> 
> The constraints are all to do with developer effort, especially that
> of Don Porter (master of releases). But I'd guess that we're within a
> month of b2 shipping.
> 

I read this as 8.6.0 shipping around Christmas time and will plan 
accordingly,

Thanks,
Alan
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10/15/2009 5:30:30 PM
On Oct 15, 1:30=A0pm, Alan Grunwald <alan-clt-pos...@nospam.demon.co.uk>
wrote:
> Donal K. Fellows wrote:
> > On 15 Oct, 01:57, Alan Grunwald <alan-clt-pos...@nospam.demon.co.uk>
> > wrote:
> >> What are the plans for release of Tcl 8.6, and in particular ActiveTcl
> >> 8.6? I have developed some code on the betas using TDBC and would like
> >> to roll it out in the next month. If the releases aren't imminent, I
> >> need to make alternative plans.
>
> > The current plan as I understand it:
>
> > =A01. Push out Tcl 8.5.8. This is virtually on us already.
>
> > =A02. Push out Tcl 8.6b2. There's been quite a lot of stuff gone in
> > since 8.6b1 and despite the good testing by many people against the
> > HEAD which convinces us that we're in pretty good order, we want a
> > release so that we can get more eyeballs to help out.
>
> > =A03. Push out Tcl 8.6b3 *or* 8.6.0. This depends on the number of
> > changes that happen after 8.6b2; as far as I'm aware, there's only one
> > really important one likely (which will enable bundling of TDBC
> > drivers with Tcl; the scope of this one is nicely limited too, by
> > which I mean that the feature won't impact existing extensions for
> > sure) but the more we tinker, the more likely we can't consider b2 to
> > be an early Release Candidate.
>
> > The constraints are all to do with developer effort, especially that
> > of Don Porter (master of releases). But I'd guess that we're within a
> > month of b2 shipping.
>
> I read this as 8.6.0 shipping around Christmas time and will plan
> accordingly,
>
> Thanks,
> Alan

That's if nothing is found in b2.  ;-)

Bob
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sigzero (1319)
10/17/2009 10:20:37 PM
On 17 Oct, 16:20, Robert H <sigz...@gmail.com> wrote:
> That's if nothing is found in b2. =A0;-)

You can get a summary of (at least some of) the issues at the roadmap
page on the wiki: http://wiki.tcl.tk/20966 The page includes links to
the blocking bugs. The other page to watch is TIP#311: http://tip.tcl.tk/31=
1
That has a higher level view and has been updated with some of the
things I've mentioned in this thread.

Donal.
0
10/18/2009 1:11:35 AM
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I am stuck using TCL 8.0 as I am locked down by a application vendor. I would like to know if anybody has any UTF-8 encoding/decoding libraries that were writen for TCL prior to 8.1 migration to UTF-8 in the core framework. I'd rather not have to write this from scratch. Thanks, T Java script Dude wrote: > I am stuck using TCL 8.0 as I am locked down by a application vendor. > > I would like to know if anybody has any UTF-8 encoding/decoding > libraries that were writen for TCL prior to 8.1 migration to UTF-8 in > the core framework. > > I'd rather not have...

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