[IronPython] 2.1 Branch in Codeplex Sources

Curt Hagenlocher curt at hagenlocher.org
Fri Oct 31 15:06:30 CET 2008

Sorry, we should have been more explicit about this.  The IronPython_2_0
branch is the 2.0 branch now.  Other than some tests that Dave added
recently, I don't think that there have been any source changes made since
the RC was released.

We often don't update the assembly info until we're ready to push an
"official" release.  Mostly, even.  But what's in the main branch is
effectively IronPython 2.1, no matter what the assembly version says.

On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 5:23 AM, Michael Foord <
michael.foord at resolversystems.com> wrote:

> Hello guys,
> I saw a while ago a note about some of the Codeplex source pushes
> containing code for the 2.1 branch rather than 2.0.
> Is it possible to tell which is which when we download a changeset?
> I've just downloaded 42708 (we're trying to keep the Resolver One port
> using the latest sources to minimise unexpected changes) and it contains
> 'IronPython_Main' and 'IronPython_2_0'.
> The assembly info for main shows: AssemblyVersion("")]
> Is this still the 2.0 branch or should I be using 'IronPython_2_0'?
> How about some checkin messages to go along with the source code drops?
> "Latest sources migrated to CodePlex TFS" is not terribly informative...
> Michael
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