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Re: [dsdp-tm-dev] GO/NO-GO on I20070223-0730

Hello Javier,

just FYI: After the last I-build we tested on Friday, I created another build
for integrating bug 169680, various DOC fixes from myself and some EFS
fixes from Kushal.
Since all committers had voted GO before already, and your bug was fixed
there as well, that drop was eventually declared M5 after some testing
from Kushal and myself:

Changes compared to the previous candidate:
[175160] RSE Unit Tests fail;
[175241] Add the TM Milestone Site as Discovery Site;
[170916] [efs] Implementation for SSH;
[169680] [ftp] FTP files passive mode;
[175303][doc] Restore ISV Docs for propertyPages and popupMenus;
[162081][doc] Update ISV Docs with new meaning of systemTypeIds;
[172662][doc] link systemTypeProviders extension point into isv docs;


javier.montalvoorus@xxxxxxxxxxx schrieb:


Since I20070223-0730 does not have the fix for bug 169680, I would prefer having another Integration build.
Then, it's ok for me.


Javier Montalvo OrĂºs_
__Engineering Tools_ <http://smglinx.intra/twiki/bin/view/PTD/EngineeringTools>
Symbian Software Limited.

Tel: +44 (0)207 154 1091

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