On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 5:43 AM, Alessandro Molina <
> Do we have any plan in how to manage dependencies required for TG2.2?
Unfortunately, our options are kind of slim here. Since I don't have the
ability to release a new sprox or a new crank, we can only check out the
code, make a private release, and upload it to our eggbasket.
I don't want to hold this release back any longer. We need it to happen, so
we may just have to bite the bullet on this one.
> We should probably also do a version check of the various dependencies
> we are placing on the private index.
> Packages like Extremes, TurboJSON, Peak.Rules and so probably are not
> used anymore and things like tgming can be upgraded to newer versions
> (actually the 0.0.2 we have into the private index shouldn't work
> anymore with 2.2)
This part concerns me. As part of my process, I use yolk to find all the
active packages and get them upgraded to the highest level version. Your
statement here produces two questions:
1. Why would yolk have missed tgming?
2. Why do our tests currently pass?
As for the others, they are there because they were added during 2.1
testing. And, you're right, they should be removed. I'll spend some time
this week paring them down. If our tests don't make them a requirement,
*and* I have no other reason to have them in, I'll pull them out
(tgext.admin, for instance, will stay, even though we don't require it).
> On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 11:09 AM, Mengu <whalb...
i have been building a project with tg2.2 and i haven't encountered any
> bugs. the only problem i had with was tgext.crud and it was related to
> tw2.forms which i was installing from pypi instead of our private index. in
> short, i haven't encountered any bugs. if all the tests are passing let's
> release it. :)
Anybody else? Our issues right now are looking pretty minor and well
understood. Do we have a reason to hold back?
Michael J. Pedersen
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