glad to hear about your progress.
On 17.05.2010 13:15, Benjamin Franksen wrote:
does this include the modification we made for remote management and
I would like to announce seq-2.0.99, a beta release for 2.1.0.
The warning I issued in a previous mail regarding the future of this
development branch is hereby happily *withdrawn*. By general consensus (of
all interested parties) it was decided that I take over maintenance and
further development of the sequencer. So, this branch *is* the new trunk,
and it *will* be maintained and (hopefully) further improved.
The new sequencer home is at
The main differences to 2.0.98 are:
* converted the old Subversion repository at APS to darcs and re-based my
changes on this repo
[NOTE: This means you should discard any clone you made of the repository
and get a new copy (via darcs get), as it will not be possible to transfer
patches form one to the other without major conflicts. Sorry for any
inconvenience this might cause -- I decided it is more important that we
have a continuous history in the repo.]
* integrated the few changes that were made in this repo after 2.0.12
* major rework of the documentation, convert docs sources to
reStructuredText, use `Sphinx`_ to generate new website from the docs
* some minor cleanups, but otherwise no changes were made to the code
We'll be happy to test your version - if so.
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