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RES: [dsdp-mtj-dev] MTJ 1.0.1 Scope

MTJ was still building against 3.4, but to be honest it is being a while since I tested it





De: dsdp-mtj-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dsdp-mtj-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] Em nome de Craig Setera
Enviada em: terça-feira, 21 de julho de 2009 22:05
Para: Mobile Tools for The Java Platform mailing list
Assunto: Re: [dsdp-mtj-dev] MTJ 1.0.1 Scope



While Carbon has been deprecated, it is still available.  Galileo was the first release that had a Cocoa port, so previous versions must support Carbon.  Did we not provide support for 3.4 with the 1.0 release?


Eric Hildum wrote:



Please check the Window System for Mac OS X. I believe the systems you are using are actually Cocoa, not Carbon.


Note that Carbon has been deprecated by Apple, and should not be used in any product.


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On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 9:07 AM, Paula Gustavo-WGP010 <WGP010@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:



We’ve being working to see a good scope to our next release (that Will happen with Galileo SR1). Since there is not a lot of time between now and then, the plan that we can commit is to focus on 3 main areas:

-          bug fixes

-          documentation

-          build system


There are a lot of bugs opened after 1.0 release and probably more will come. We are committed to address as mush as possible of them and have the fixes on SR1


I’m working on a project plan that I hope to be closed in the following weeks. The first draft is available here. Feel free to send comments.


If any other company is interested to do some contribution on SR1 time frame, please send and email to the list that we can see how to make it happen.




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