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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: cygwin-1.3.21-1
* Christopher Faylor (03-03-13 08:51 +0100)
> On Wed, Mar 12, 2003 at 06:02:22PM -0500, Rolf Campbell wrote:
>> Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>> I've made a new version of the Cygwin DLL and associated utilities
>>> available for download. As usual, a list of what has changed is below.
>>> - Fix setsid problem where processes did not correctly detach from a
>>> console. (Christopher Faylor)
>> I commonly run a compilation from within GNU Emacs. I've never had any
>> problems with this until I tried running 1.3.21-1. I think it has to do
>> with the changes to the console handling.
> Yeah, and isn't it a *shame* that when I suggest that people should try
> a snapshot, they never do? The only way I have to test new features is
> to release a new version of cygwin, apparently. And, then listen to the
Like in the old days: noone wants to try a "beta" or "snapshot"
(except when he's got problems with the existing release). Call it
"Preview Release" or "Release Candidate" and make it very easy
Even I as a long-time-user wouldn't know (without research) where to
get and how to install a "snapshot". Is it this "Exp" thingy in
"Setup.exe"? Where to get the "new" Setup.exe? If it was offered
directly on http://www.cygwin.com/, lots of people would be curious
Just to make my point clear: I have no problems with "betas". For
example, I'm using Opera 7 since the first beta and I _even paid for
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