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RE: [cdt-dev] CDT packaging and versioning suggestions

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ed Burnette [mailto:Ed.Burnette@xxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2003 2:15 PM
> To: cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [cdt-dev] CDT packaging and versioning suggestions
> If you download the regular CDT package and then the CDT 
> Source package on top of it for the right machine, then you 
> can then import the binary projects and view source in 
> Eclipse. This is nice but can you cut out the extra step and 
> just have one package that includes both? I.e., make it work 
> like the platform sdk package. The CDT zips are only about 1M 
> each so if somebody doesn't want the source it doesn't seem 
> like a big penalty.

What does the community think? Is this an issue for you?

> Also, I think calling the frozen branch and the head builds 
> the same version number (1.0.1) is confusing. Would it be 
> hard to switch the head builds to 1.0.2 or something? 

I agree with Ed on this one. Should we change the version number on the head
to 1.1.0? At this point in time I do not think that we have a build 1.0.2

Ideas comments ...

> Finally on the download page I think it would be easier to 
> use if you put the "Latest Releases" first, then the "Current 
> Stable Builds", then the "Current Nightly Builds". The closer 
> you can mimic the Eclipse Project download page 
> (, the better.

The CDT Downloads pages has just been revamped and looks more like the
Eclipse downloads page.

Thanks for the suggestions Ed

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