[xiphos-devel] need an opinion on release

Greg Hellings greg.hellings at gmail.com
Sun Aug 20 11:26:26 MST 2017

As I doubt anyone is actually building for Windows besides you, I would
just make a Windows build. If it crops up in any other environments, then
you can cut the new full release.

On Aug 20, 2017 1:22 PM, "Karl Kleinpaste" <karl at kleinpaste.org> wrote:

> I need an opinion.
> I have found the problem where Windows upchucks during first-time user
> module install, after refreshing crosswire. It's not a bug in the code.
> It's that I have to invoke the compilers with -fno-delete-null-pointer-checks.
> The code is fine, *IF* the @#$% compiler would stop arbitrarily
> "optimizing" certain checks into oblivion.
> In principle, this bug should affect all builds, because both regular and
> MinGW compilers on my Fedora boxes are 6.3.1, but experientially it seems
> to have affected Windows builds only. Do I put out an entire new release,
> 4.0.7, to be safe?  Or just a Windows release, as e.g. 4.0.6a?
> Comments welcome.
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