timber at lava.net
Wed Aug 13 20:07:15 UTC 2008
On Aug 13, 2008, at 4:05 AM, Evan Schoenberg wrote:
> This could go back and forth forever, but the longer it does, the
> more so the current trend will continue, I think: The arguments for
> continuing 10.4 support grow weaker and weaker. We're not telling
> our 10.4 users to stop using Adium, and the only component of Adium
> which might break suddenly due to external causes -- libpurple --
> can be updated individually with minimal effort.
> Having begun programming for the iPhone, I have fallen in love with
> the new obj-c syntax and conveniences -- imagine never writing a
> simple getter/setter pair for an ivar again! Love, love.
> I do think that we should strongly consider backporting of key
> updates once known to be stable; one, for example, will be msnp15.
> There's good stuff in 10.5, possibilities which will improve Adium
> and be enjoyable to code. Pull the trigger. Let's have some fun.
So, to summarize:
- 1.4 will support 10.5 only. We should upgrade trunk to support
building Xcode 3.1-only, targeting only 10.5 and update the
- 1.3 will continue to receive updates for things like MSNP15 after
they are well tested (which maybe means only after they are shipping
Sounds about right?
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